Everyone’s An Asset Builder

Learn how to help youth grow into healthy, responsible, and thriving adults! This workshop will introduce you to the developmental assets and how each school staff member can have a positive impact on the well-being of our children and youth. You will discover:

– Details about the building blocks to healthy development of our young people.
– How you can contribute to building these skills, experiences, and opportunities in the youth you encounter each day.
– Ways to join with your community, local initiatives, or schools to create a thriving atmosphere for our young people.

Any school who cares about our youth’s well-being, their future, and our community’s success, would be a perfect participant!

Length: Options for 1 or 2 hours
Preferred implementation: In-person & virtual

Power of Relationships

Learn how relationships can be powerful enough to put youth on a path to success! This workshop will introduce you to the power behind a “developmental relationship” and how each of us can create school environments where all youth can feel comfortable to be themselves and thrive. You will discover:

-The five elements of a developmental relationship.
-How you and your school can contribute to building these relationships.
– Ways to start creating connections with the youth around you.

This training is great for any school to help staff members put into perspective the importance of their role as a supporter, educator, and caring individual for students.

Length: 1hour.
Preferred implementation: In-person.

Designated Staff Training*

This training is designed specifically for teachers, staff, and youth workers who work with teenagers.* Once completed participants will be identified as a designated safe person within your school or organization for teenagers to reach out to if needed.During the training we will equip your staff with the following:

-Foundational knowledge about dating violence and sexual abuse.
-How to handle student disclosers on dating violence and sexual abuse.
-Resources on hand as well as when and how to report.

Every organization that completes the designated staff training will receive a binder with guidelines, outlined from the Department of Education, around the issue of dating violence and sexual assault reporting.

*It is mandatory for one adult to participate if your school, club, or youth group is participating in Safe Passage Programming at the middle or high school level. Must be completed every other year.


Contact us

Safe Passage Inc. & Prevention
PO Box 235
Batesville, Indiana 47006
812-932-SAFE (7233)

This project is supported in part (or in whole) by grant, 03215VAGX006403 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Views contained herein are those of the author and do not represent the position of USDOJ or ICJI.

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