Product implementation training

Safe Dates

Training will help prevention specialists maintain program fidelity and optimize your
students' experience--and your school's outcomes--with this research-based program.

help prevention specialists maintain program fidelity and optimize your students' experienceWho should attend

  • Classroom teachers
  • Counselors
  • School administrators
  • Community leaders
  • Community resource people
  • Prevention specialists
  • School resource officers

Participants will be able to

  • help students understand what constitutes healthy and abusive relationships
  • identify and discuss dating abuse, its causes and consequences
  • provide students with the skills and resources to help themselves or friends in abusive dating relationships
  • provide students with the skills to develop healthy dating relationships, including positive communication, anger management, and conflict resolution

Agenda

8:00 Welcome/introductions
8:30 Thoughts on relationships
9:00 Why use Safe Dates: a curriculum overview
10:15 Break
10:30 Safe Dates pre-test
         Class 1, Dating Bingo
         Class 2
11:30 Group work on Classes 3-8
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Group work
1:15 Begin session descriptions
2:30 Break
2:45 Session 9
3:00 Post-test/Wrap up
3:30 Feedback/Closure

 

For contracted training please contact our training distributor for your state:

Tennessee - STARS
Georgia - Georgia Dept. of Public Health
New York - Genesee Valley BOCES
New Jersey - Center for Supportive Schools
North Carolina - Center for Supportive Schools
Ohio - Ohio Partnership for Violence-Free Families
Pennsylvania - Center for Safe Schools
Indiana - Ruth Lilly Health Education Center
Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Oklahoma and Missouri – Jana's Campaign

For all other states please contact Hazelden at training@hazeldenbettyford.org or call 800-328-9000, ext. 4460.