Review how to recognize, react to, and report child abuse. This training is intended for Mandatory Reporters and it’s presented in collaboration with ODHS Child Welfare.
Learn the connections between cell phone use and mental health. Explore our best practices and actionable tools you can implement with your family to stay safe and have healthy relationships with cell phones and devices.
Talking with children about sex and sexual abuse is an important step in protecting and empowering children. Learn how to talk about difficult topics and participate in practice conversations so you can feel confident talking with your children.
Learn about safe and respectful interactions with children and how to recognize concerning behaviors. Learn about healthy sexual development and identify normal health touching behaviors from potential unhealthy behaviors.
An introduction to a complex problem emphasizing that children who are sexually abused have a significantly higher risk of being commercially sexually exploited.
An introduction to how bystanders play an important role in protecting children from boundary violations and sexual abuse. Learn new skills for intervening when someone has crossed a safe boundary with a child.
Learn the five steps to keeping children safe from child sexual abuse: 1) Learn the Facts; 2) Minimize Opportunity; 3) Talk About It; 4) Recognize the Signs; 5) React Responsibly.