Education & Training
180 strives to break the cycle of violence by bringing our vast expertise in the areas of sexual and domestic violence to the classroom, professional organizations, and community groups to educate our staff and advocates, law enforcement, and the community at large on relevant issues surrounding sexual and domestic violence, including in the LGBTQI+ community.
Experts from our team visit local schools to educate teens on the signs and symptoms of unhealthy relationships, empower them to identify abusive situations, and teach them where to get help and how to cultivate healthy relationships.
Our team promotes community awareness and provides professional education & training about domestic and sexual violence, including how to identify signs and symptoms, for schools, law enforcement, community/civic groups, faith-based organizations, social service agencies, and parents.
Presentations for Middle and High School
Students,Faculty/Staff, Classroom, Student Groups
Assembly, Professional Development
Flexible Presentations: 45-90 minutes
Topics can include:
- Dynamics of Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
- Consent in New Jersey
- Types of Abuse and Cycle of Violence
- Abuse and the Use of Technology
- LGBTQ Relationships
- Creating and Respecting Personal Boundaries
- Intervention Strategies
- Tips for Breaking Up Safely
- How to Help a Friend
- 180’s Programs and Services
For more information or to schedule a presentation, please reach out to:
Rachel Rowan, Sexual Violence Prevention and Outreach Coordinator/Trainer
732-264-4360 ext. 3206