Preschool and Head Start:

“Carefree Kids” Puppet Show with Chuckles and Cocoa (safe/unsafe touch)
Care for Kids:  Early Childhood Sexuality and Abuse Prevention

6-session series on Bodies, Babies, Feelings, Bedtime, Touching, and Asking for Help

Second Step:  Child Protection Unit

6-session series that includes Weekly Themes aiding children to recognize, report, and refuse unsafe situations and sexually abusive touch    

Kindergarten – Grade 4:

Care for Kids:  Early Childhood Sexuality and Abuse Prevention (Gr. K-2)

6-session series on Bodies, Babies, Feelings, Bedtime, Touching, and Asking for Help

Safe/Unsafe Touch (Gr. K-4)

Single personal safety lesson that aims to prevent child sexual abuse

Second Step:  Child Protection Unit (Gr. K-4)

4- to 6-session series on prevention of child sexual abuse

BABES (Beginning Awareness Basic Education Studies) (Gr. 1 & 2)

8-lesson puppet series on decision making, coping skills, emotions, drugs and alcohol, self-image, peer pressure, and getting help

We Care Elementary (Gr. 3-6)

Each grade level includes 6 lessons on various topics related to healthy relationships

Second Step:  Bullying Prevention (Gr. 4)

A culturally-sensitive, 4-session series on bullying prevention, bystander skills, and anti-oppression

Grades 5 and 6:

“Internet Predators:  Hidden Dangers of the Internet”
“Cyberbullying:  Crossing The Line…Drawing The Line”
“Putting the Pieces Together:  When Social Media Creates a Culture of Harassment”
Second Step:  Child Protection Unit (Gr. 5)

4- to 6-session series on prevention of child sexual abuse

Second Step: Bullying Prevention (Gr. 5)

A 4-session series on bullying prevention, bystander skills, and anti-oppression

Second Step:  Student Success through Prevention (Gr. 6)

Empathy and Communication (1-5 lessons)
Bullying Prevention (2 lessons)
Emotional Management (2 lessons)
Problem Solving (2 lessons)

Building Healthy Relationships (Gr. 6)

5-lesson series on sexual harassment prevention and relationship skill building

Girl Power!

A 12-section curriculum for the empowerment of middle school girls

Grades 7 – 12:

“Sexual Violence 101”
“Peer Sexual Harassment”
 “Internet Predators:  Hidden Dangers of the Internet”
“Sexting”
“Cyberbullying:  Crossing The Line…Drawing The Line”
“Putting the Pieces Together:  When Social Media Creates a Culture of Harassment”
“Gender Roles and Stereotypes:  Real Life vs. The Media”
“Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault” (Gr. 9-12)
Second Step:  Student Success through Prevention (Gr. 7-8)
Empathy and Communication (1-4 lessons)
Bullying Prevention (3 lessons)
Emotion Management (3 lessons)
Substance Abuse Prevention (3 lessons)
SAFE-T Program (Gr. 7-8)
An 8- to 10-session series on maintaining sexual abuse free environments for teens
Expect Respect
8-session series for teens addressing social norms, bullying, sexual assault, and dating violence

Post High School/Community

Mandated Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse Training
Approved in accordance with Act 31 and Act 126; fee may apply for this training
Care for Kids:  Early Childhood Sexuality and Abuse Prevention – FOR PARENTS OR EDUCATORS
“Sexual Violence 101”
P.A.C.T. “Promoting Awareness of the College Transition”
20-hour peer educational training for college students to educate high school/college students about sexual violence, healthy relationships, “Red Zone,” and Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault (Programs dependent on the availability of university educators)
“Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault”
 “Parent 101:  Child Sexual Abuse and the Internet”
“Role of Educators or Caretakers in Child Safety”
“Child Abuse 101 and Talking with Children about Personal Safety” – FOR PARENTS/EDUCATORS
In-Service Trainings

Services


Legal and Medical Advocacy / Accompaniment

Legal and medical advocacy/accompaniment is available 24 hours/day. Requests usually come from hotline calls, medical facilities, law enforcement or the District Attorney's office. Staff and/or direct service volunteers can accompany victims/ survivors through medical examinations related to sexual violence and any appointments for medical follow-up. Staff are also available to accompany victims/survivors through any legal proceedings related to their sexual assault. This includes police interviews, preliminary hearings, trials, sentencing, etc. In addition, clients will be kept apprised of the progress of their case through the criminal justice system and assisted with the preparation of victim impact statements.



Prevention/Educational Services

PASSAGES, Inc offers many prevention/educational programming for all ages throughout our Clarion, Clearfield, and Jefferson County service area to schools/universities, community groups, businesses, social service agencies, daycares, medical facilities, etc.  All programs are free.  * There may be a fee for schools/medical facilities needing the Child Abuse/Mandated Reporting Training.

For more information or to schedule a program, please contact any of our office locations to speak with one of our Prevention Educators.

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PASSAGES, Inc. Is The Sexual Violence Agency Serving Clarion, Clearfield, And Jefferson Counties In Pennsylvania.

Please contact us to learn how our FREE & Confidential services will benefit you.

Prevention Programs​

24-Hour Hotline

The 24-hour hotline is answered in the office Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. After business hours and on weekends/holidays the hotline is answered by a trained sexual assault counselor who can provide crisis counseling. If medical/legal accompaniment is needed, the answering service will call an on-call direct service volunteer or staff member to meet an individual at one of our area hospitals or police stations for support within an hour of the dispatched time. To reach our 24-hour hotline, please call any of our office location numbers.



Individual Counseling/Group Counseling

Individual supportive/empowerment counseling is provided for any victims/survivors of sexual violence who contact PASSAGES, Inc through either a self-referral or a referral by a human services agency, law enforcement, medical facility, etc.  Staff counselors are here to help individuals who are dealing with issues stemming from sexual violence that has occurred within their lives. Counseling is also available for significant others (families & friends) of victims/survivors.

Group counseling is periodically available for individuals who feel more comfortable in a group setting when there is enough client interest. 

1-800-793-3620

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PASSAGES, Inc.