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Prevention

The Rape Crisis Center offers multiple programs, campaigns, presentations, and curricula designed to raise awareness around and prevent sexual assault, child sexual abuse, human trafficking, and teen dating violence.  Age-appropriate programming is available for young people from elementary school to college. We also provide professional trainings for those who work with children in any capacity, and those who work in the hospitality industry.  Learn more about prevention programs at The Rape Crisis Center, or schedule a program by reaching out to our Prevention and Education staff.

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The Enough Abuse Campaign: Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program

The Enough Abuse Campaign aims to engage adults in addressing child sexual abuse as the public health crisis that it is. Through training, education, policy change, and cultural shift, Enough Abuse works to end child sexual abuse in our communities. This is aimed at adults, including Parents, Youth-Serving Organization staff, the Medical Community, School staff, Clergy and the Faith Community, and others. The program can be delivered in 90 minutes – 3 hours. Presentations are free and timing is flexible and can be offered at the convenience of the audience.…

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Stay S.A.F.E. (Sex Assault Free Environments) and SAint (Sexual Assault Intervention)

The Rape Crisis Center has partnered with the LVMPD Crime Prevention Specialists to offer training for security, food and beverage, and other hospitality professionals on how to recognize predatory behavior and vulnerable individuals in club, hotel and casino environments, and intervene to prevent sexual violence before it happens. These trainings are provided at flexible times to be available to professionals working any shift. Learn how you can distract, delegate and direct situations to keep people safe. Contact Lisa M. at lisam@rcclv.org for more information or to set up a presentation…

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Party Smart

Party Smart is a safety campaign to encourage everyone going into a party situation, whether at a friend’s house, at the hottest club, or for a weekend getaway, to have each other’s backs – friends and strangers – in being mindful of sexual predators. The most effective way to do that, stay with your posse – Arrive Together, Stick Together, Leave Together. That includes sharing ride sharing routes, and whatever it takes so that everyone has a great time and gets home safely. Check out many more safety tips at…

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