Child Abuse Prevention Workshops, Trainings, and Community Events

You can do more to prevent child abuse, child sexual assault, and neglect. Come learn alongside others in your workplace, neighborhood, and community, to discover what all of us can do to protect kids.

Dawson Place offers a wide array of child abuse prevention workshops that provides everyone who attends with practical tools and knowledge they can use to keep children safe from abuse. Because EVERY child abuse victim deserves safety, justice, and healing.

Here are the workshops and training events available to you. View our calendar below of upcoming events and register today!

Community Child Abuse Prevention Workshops

Length: 2-3 hours
Cost: $10.00 per person
Location: Varies
# of attendees: Ideal for 6-30 people

Why attend: Learn the signs of child abuse and how to prevent it.

Who it’s for: Anyone who wants to do more to keep children safe from abuse

How to sign up: Email info@DawsonPlace.org

More Details about Community Workshops

Dawson Place provides a 2-3 hour child abuse prevention workshop that includes a video and a workbook. In this workshop, you will:

  • Listen to stories from child abuse survivors
  • Learn what you can do to prevent abuse from happening in your places of influence
  • Learn how to respond when a child discloses abuse to you
  • Meet other members of the community you can partner with

If you are part of a program that works with kids, this workshop is especially timely and relevant for you and your staff to attend. Abuse can happen in any setting where children depend on trusted adults.

Where Can Community Workshops Be Held?

Training events can be held almost anywhere, including at Dawson Place, at workplaces like fire departments and schools, at meeting places like restaurants, libraries, and churches, and even in people’s homes.

For schools, you can request a minimum 3-hour training so your staff gets clock hours.

For more questions about community workshops, contact us at info@dawsonplace.org

Dawson Place Open House Tours

Length: 1 hour
Cost: free
Location: Dawson Place
# of attendees: 5-10 people

Why attend: See how our facility combines five service providers into one to help kids and families

How to sign up: Temporarily postponed due to COVID-19.

More Details about Open House Tours

Tour our facility, where you will meet some of the specialists and see how the five disciplines within our building work together for safety, justice, and healing for kids suffering from abuse.

Watch our virtual tour.

Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon

Join us at our annual fundraising event, where the community comes together to celebrate safety, justice and healing for child abuse survivors.

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our 8th Annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon! If you were not able to join us, watch the event and donate.

Save the date for November 4, 2021 to join us next year!

Fast Track Informational Meeting Segments

Length: 20 minutes
Cost: Free
Location: Your organization
# of attendees: Your organization’s typical attendance

Why attend: Learn how Dawson Place helps kids.

Who it’s for: Organizations who want to learn how to keep kids safe from abuse.

How to sign up: Email info@DawsonPlace.org

More Details about Informational Meeting Segments

This is a 20 minute presentation explains how Dawson Place advocates for children victimized by child abuse, sexual assault, or neglect.

Discover all the services that Dawson Place provides and learn about services for families and children looking for help with an abusive situation.

Gain an understanding of the services and specialists available to kids at Dawson Place, and how we help them heal, and advocate for their safety and justice. Each meeting ends with time for questions.

When Can Informational Meeting Segments Be Held?

Fast Track Informational Meeting Segments work great as breakfast or lunch presentations. They can also be worked into a longer meeting agenda.

This presentation is ideal for:

  • Business groups like Rotary, Kiwanis, and Chamber of Commerce
  • School districts
  • Youth organizations
  • Church groups
  • Clubs and after-school programs
  • Healthcare Providers and more

Calendar of Upcoming Events

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