About our Prevention Programs

All About Safety is designed to educate primary school children about emotional, body, and cyber safety with an emphasis on preventing sexual abuse.

B2A is a secondary school program which takes place over eight weekly sessions and aims to help young men increase their understanding of self and others by building their emotional understanding, managing challenging feelings, developing greater levels of respect in their relationships, and improving their self-esteem.

The Same Page program that empowers secondary school students to recognise signs of exploitation and grooming, while encouraging them to cultivate self-confidence and align their behaviour with personal values, promoting healthy and respectful relationships.

• Our Sexual Abuse Counselling and Prevention Program (SACPP) is a specialist therapeutic counselling service for children and young people who have been victims of sexual abuse, and/or engaged in problematic or harmful sexualised behaviour.

School staff sessions can be run alongside school programs. They are designed to respond to staff needs by educating on topics such as protective behaviours and responding to disclosures.

• Schools can opt for a whole-of school approach, where a student prevention program is delivered alongside teacher sessions and parent sessions, or programs for specific groups or year levels.

Bespoke programs can be adapted to best suit your organisation's unique needs.

Benefits of Prevention Programs

We understand that sexual abuse and problematic or harmful sexualised behaviours impacts on children, young people and their families/carers, as well as the wider community. We consider the age and stage of development of the child and/or young person when selecting or creating prevention programs to suit.

Our prevention programs support primary and secondary school-aged children – and the adults who support them – with the skills to identify difficult or unsafe situations. Promoting resilience while empowering children and young people, we teach strategies and skills for clear communication and awareness of 'safe' behaviours.

Who we assist

• Primary schools

• Secondary schools

• Government schools

• Private/independent/non-government schools

• Community groups

• Sporting groups, organisations, and clubs

• Not-for-profit/community organisations (who refer organisations to us)

Interested in knowing more?

For more information about our prevention programs, please fill in the form below and one of lovely Intake and Engagement team members will be in touch with you. Alternatively if you would like to speak to someone on the phone please call us on (03) 9450 0900.

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