Education & Prevention

Education and Prevention are critical to turning the tide of domestic violence. SAFEHOME is proud of our national award-winning programs that help youth and adults recognize, avoid or change violent acts.

  • School-Based Education - What local students have learned from the Healthy Relationships curriculum: “My favorite part was how the lessons directly related to things we see everyday in the media. I never realized how unhealthy society is, and it made the lessons that much more real when I could take what I learned and apply it to things Read More …
  • “The Outrage” - “The Outrage has changed my life. I did not know what an abusive relationship was until “The Outrage,” and then I realized I had been in one. I want to prevent what happened to me from happening to others.” – Maggie, age 17     “The Outrage” is an educational theatre performance piece that addresses Read More …
  • Community Education - General SAFEHOME presentations SAFEHOME staff members and volunteers are available to talk with your community service group, faith-based organization or other group about what we do and how you can help. For more information, or to schedule a presentation, please call 913.432.9300 and ask for the Public Relations Coordinator. Domestic Violence Education SAFEHOME staff members Read More …
  • A.S.A.P - The A.S.A.P. (Advocates for Sexual Assault Prevention) is a community coalition focused on sexual violence prevention and education in the Johnson County community. A.S.A.P. partners with the Education & Prevention Program to organize community events, fundraisers and support the use of the Healthy Relationships Curriculum in the Johnson County schools. If you are interested in Read More …