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Washington County: 724-223-5477
Greene County: 724-852-2373
Fayette County: 724-437-2530

Are you a parent or educator wanting to prevent unhealthy relationships for your child or student?

Contact your local DVSSP Education & Training office to arrange a speaker for your next Parent/Teacher Organization meeting or your next in-service or Act 80 Day.

Dating Violence programs can be offered as individual presentations and to younger audiences as needed.

To download and print a brochure that explains the school programs we offer, visit our Brochures / Tear-offs page.

Free Presentations

The Education & Training Department offers a variety of “violence-free” presentations to students. Contact the office nearest you to arrange for one of these free presentations.

Pre-K through Middle School:

  • two girls pointing fingers and laughing at a sad boyFeelings
     Students will
    √  be able to identify the various feelings a person may have.
    √  gain an understanding of ways people handle feelings.
    √  become familiar with techniques to help use their feelings in a constructive way.
  • Bullying
    Students will
    √  learn the difference between bullying and conflict.
    √  understand the various parts people can play in bullying situations.
    √  become more aware of how to help themselves or others when it comes to bullying.
  • Conflict Resolution
    Students will
    √  gain an understanding of what conflict and resolution mean.
    √  come to understand what can cause conflict.
    √  become familiar with ways to handle conflict in a healthy manner.
  • Self-Esteem
    Students will
    √  understand what self-esteem is.
    √  learn how self-esteem affects a person.
    √  become familiar with ways in which they can improve their self-esteem.
  • Communication
    Students will
    √  understand what it means to be a good communicator.
    √  acquire techniques to become a good communicator.
    √  learn that good observation and listening skills are key parts in good communication.

Middle School-College:

  • teens laughing at a girl who looks sadDating Violence
    Student will
    √  learn relationship “red flags.”
    √  understand how technology can be used to control a partner.
    √  know how and where to get help if they or someone they know is in an unhealthy relationship.

Are you a college student wanting to make a positive impact on your campus or within your community?

Contact your local DVSSP Education & Training office to arrange a speaker for your next club meeting or to learn more about available service projects. If your schooling requires that you complete an internship, see our intern job description.

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Are you a coach who would like to see aggressive behavior limited to the playing field?

Contact your local DVSSP Education & Training office to arrange a speaker for your next coaches or team meeting or find information on the Coaching Boys Into Men program by visiting our Male Involvement page.

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