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(2009)
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The Faith Trust Institute created this healthy relationship and violence prevention curriculum comprised of

  • 6-session curriculum,
  • facilitator’s guide, and
  • DVD clips.

Teens are given skills to combat violence and develop healthy relationships.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Culturally Specific
  • Healthy Relationships
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Planned Parenthood of New England has created cognitively accessible curriculum, which includes:

  • 20 lessons with scripts,
  • handouts,
  • detailed pictures, and
  • teaching tools.

Participants will learn about:

  • different relationships,
  • private versus public,
  • communication,
  • decision making,
  • starting romantic relationships,
  • unhealthy…
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Disability
  • Healthy Sexuality
(2010)
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Program created by Safe Place in Austin, TX. The youth leadership and school-wide components offer a chance to work across the social-ecological model on the primary prevention of

  • violence,
  • bullying, and
  • harassment.
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Bystanders
  • Healthy Relationships
For High School and College Males
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The MVP Model was created by Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society and Jackson Katz. Approaches youth as potential bystanders, not victims or perpetrators, to sexual violence, bullying, and harassment. Playbooks use scenarios in order to build bystander response skills. Official training of trainers is available.

Originally designed to engage student-athletes and student leaders to use their social influence over peers however can be used to engage a wide…

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Bystanders
  • Gender Specific
  • Healthy Relationships
(2011)
External Website

Shifting Boundaries is an intervention designed to reduce the incidence and prevalence of dating violence and sexual harassment among adolescents. The intervention consists of two parts:

  • a classroom-based curricula and
  • a school wide component.
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Healthy Relationships
(2009)
External Website

The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape created this curriculum with the goal of empowering youth to make healthy decisions. Each of the 11 sessions includes planning and facilitation notes.

Curriculum themes:

  • building respect,
  • teamwork,
  • communication,
  • trust,
  • fears,
  • stress,
  • bullying,
  • decision making,
  • rumors,
  • self-concept, and
  • empowerment.
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Healthy Relationships
External Website

Toolkit developed in South Africa focused on ending different forms of violence in their communities, including domestic and sexual violence and the spread of HIV/AIDS.

This campaign engages men as

  • teachers,
  • coaches,
  • youth,
  • interfaith communities and
  • fathers.
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Gender Specific
  • Healthy Relationships
External Website

Step UP! is a prosocial behavior and bystander intervention program that educates students to be proactive in helping others.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Bystanders
Family Life and Sexual Health (2009-2016)
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The King County Public Health Department created this comprehensive sexuality education and violence prevention curriculum. Students are exposed to developmentally appropriate and medically accurate information.

Addresses:

  • healthy sexuality,
  • body image,
  • gender role norms,
  • media literacy,
  • communication,
  • LGBTQ youth experiences,
  • self-esteem,
  • decision-making, and
  • healthy…
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy Sexuality
(2013)
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The Unitarian Universalist Association created this secular curriculum to help participants make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health and behavior. It equips participants with accurate, age-appropriate information in six subject areas:

  • human development,
  • relationships,
  • personal skills,
  • sexual behavior,
  • sexual health, and
  • society and culture.

Each volume contains different…

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy Sexuality
External Website

Jewish Women International created a 6-session, 12-hour program to promote a healthy sense of dating, friendship, and self-esteem for young women within a Jewish context.

Participants are encouraged to explore these concepts through group discussions and individual writing exercises.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Culturally Specific
  • Gender Specific
  • Healthy Relationships
External Website

This program, created by Jewish Women International, explores issues
of:

  • power and control,
  • gender,
  • self-esteem,
  • masculinity, and
  • relationships

within a Jewish context.

Topic
  • Faith Communities
  • Curriculums
  • Culturally Specific
  • Gender Specific
  • Healthy Relationships
External Website

This is the religious education companion series to the curricula Our Whole Lives (OWL). The Sexuality and Our Faith series introduces explicitly UU and UCC material to the sexuality education programs in their congregations. Includes a companion book for each age-appropriate volume of OWL.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Culturally Specific
  • Healthy Sexuality
External Website

The curriculum focuses on both tribal community members and those working with the community as educators, social workers, judges, etc. Appropriate for both native and non-native audiences. Intended to encourage healthy relationships and the identification of sexual and intimate partner violence.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Culturally Specific
  • Gender Specific
  • Healthy Relationships
WCSAP Webpage

The intent of these presentations is to provide a starting place or a template for your program when responding to requests, typically from schools, for basic information or awareness raising presentations. We have included the key points and best practice approaches to discussing the topic and expect you may customize some aspects of the slides to meet your community’…

Topic
  • Media Literacy & Technology
(2011)
External Website

This book prepares adults for working with young people by providing a theoretical framework for violence prevention work along with exercises in being effective allies to youth. Workshop guidelines and outlines are included for facilitating discussion and sharing around sensitive topics of oppression, the "isms" — racism, sexism, adultism — as well as gender issues, immigration, religion, ability and access.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Root Causes
(2015)
External Website

A teaching resource from the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, with activities exploring:

  • relationships,
  • sexual consent,
  • equity and
  • sexual and reproductive health.

Curriculum includes:

  • topic talking points,
  • activities,
  • videos,
  • handouts, and
  • evaluation tools.
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy Sexuality
4th Edition
External Website

Unequal Partners includes 50 lesson plans to help adolescents and young adults learn about and explore the dynamics of both healthy and unhealthy relationships.

A trauma-informed perspective helps participants explore sensitive and critical topics, including:

  • communicating about consent,
  • understanding power dynamics,
  • recognizing warning signs,
  • helping a friend, and
  • analyzing media influences.
Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy Sexuality
WCSAP Webpage

Bystander intervention is an essential component in preventing sexual violence. It may be helpful to have conversations with groups in your community about effective intervention, take time to address the fears and concerns that they may have, and also highlight the positive effects bystander intervention has on the community.

  1. What are some reasons that we don't intervene when we see someone harassing or disrespecting another person?
    • Have you ever…
Topic
  • Bystanders
WCSAP Webpage

The intent of these presentations is to provide a starting place or a template for your program when responding to requests, typically from schools, for basic information or awareness raising presentations.  We have included the key points and best practice approaches to discussing the topic and expect you may customize some aspects of the slides to meet your community’s needs, experiences, and resources. The slides contain detailed notes and considerations for the trainer.

Topic
  • Guides & Activities
  • Schools & Campus
(2008)
External Website

A bilingual curriculum put together by the Migrant Clinicians Network which lasts 5 two-hour weekly sessions and focuses on preventing intimate partner and sexual violence within migrant communities. This curriculum uses a culturally appropriate, popular education style.

Topic
  • Curriculums
  • Bystanders
  • Culturally Specific
  • Gender Specific
  • Healthy Relationships