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About Prevention 

At the heart of our mission is the prevention of child abuse, a responsibility we all share. We believe that every child deserves to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment, free from the horrors of abuse. Through education and awareness, we empower parents, caregivers, and communities to recognize the signs of abuse and take action. Our commitment extends to professional training and fostering a culture of safety. By working together, we can build a world where every child's well-being is protected, and their future is one of hope and promise. 

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Our Workshops

Through these trainings, you will gain a deeper understanding of the signs of abuse, effective intervention strategies, and the importance of creating a nurturing environment for children. We believe that prevention is not only possible but achievable through education, awareness, and proactive measures. Whether you are a parent, educator, healthcare professional, or community advocate, our comprehensive training is tailored to meet your unique needs. 

  • Darkness To Light 

Darkness to Light training empowers adults with the knowledge and skills to prevent child sexual abuse.  

  • PSB Education 

Problematic Sexual Behavior training is to provide professionals and caregivers with the knowledge and strategies to address and prevent inappropriate sexual behaviors in children, ensuring their healthy development and safety. 

  • Creating Sacred Spaces 

Prepares church leadership to prevent, recognize, and respond to cases of sexual abuse, physical abuse , emotional abuse, and neglect in a religious environment. 

  • Child Abuse Prevention/Awareness

A comprehensive program designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to protect children from harm and create safer environments for their growth. During this training participants will learn to recognize signs of child abuse and discover effective strategies for promoting child safety. 

  • CARE House & Services Offered ​​

Lean about The CARE House of the Pee Dee and the vital investigative and supportive services provided. This presentation will highlight the significance of creating a safe and child-friendly environment within a CAC to minimize trauma for the young survivors.  ​

  • Minimal Facts 

This training will help you recognize potential signs of child abuse and understand your primary responsibility when responding to an initial call of child abuse and how to clarify the allegations. 

  • ROAR 

ROAR teaches children ages 4-8 how to protect themselves from abuse by learning how to keep their bodies safe.


Equips adults to understand digital risks for children, ensure their safety in online environments, and effectively address concerning digital behaviors. 

  • Mandated Reporting

This training is to educate workers on their legal obligations and equip them with the skills to identify and report child abuse or neglect in order to protect children from harm. 

  • What is a CAC (Children's Advocacy Center) 

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the vital role and functions of a Child Advocacy Center, while learning to support and advocate for children in need. 

  • Depression & Suicide

Our Depression and Suicide Awareness Training offers a compassionate and informative approach. It provides participants with practical tools for recognizing signs of distress and equipping individuals with the skills to intervene and provide help when needed. We aim to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health challenges and save lives. 

  • Keeping Camp Safe

Allow your campers-to-be to learn body safety along with abuse prevention tips, while you learn valuable skills and information to help you prepare  your children for camp. 

If you do not see what you are looking for, just send
us an email at the address below! We are able to offer other topics, this is just a list of the primary
topics we offer. 
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For more information about our Prevention Education Program please contact
Jeriesha Epps at
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