PREVENTION & EDUCATION

We provide community education and training that includes educational presentations for area schools, businesses, agencies and other community groups and organizations. It also includes providing domestic violence training seminars for clergy, law enforcement, medical professionals and other professionals.

In Universities

We work in partnership with area universities, serving in an advisory role and helping to implement comprehensive violence prevention programs that are tailored to meet the unique needs of the institution. We also offer trainings to both staff and students at the request of universities.

In the Community

We offer a variety of trainings for schools, businesses and community organizations. Each training subject can be customized to your needs, including length of the presentation. The following trainings are available:

Lunch & Learns
We offer on-site employee trainings for a suggested donation based on the
audience size and type of training. We have an introductory “Domestic Violence
and the Workplace” training and can customize any other of our presentations
to meet your company’s specific needs.
Domestic Violence 101 Class
Participants will learn about various forms of domestic violence and the power
and control dynamics behind them.
Consent
Participants will gain knowledge of affirmative consent and how to discuss consent.
Dating & Sexual Violence 101
Participants will gain knowledge of teen dating violence and sexual violence
victimization among high school and college students.
Dating Violence 101
Participants will gain knowledge of teen dating violence and special considerations 
for students.
Human Trafficking 101
Participants will gain knowledge of power and control dynamics of both sex trafficking
and labor trafficking; facts about trafficking victimization; and safety considerations 
for survivors.
Sexual Violence & Rape Culture
Participants will gain knowledge of the cultural roots related to intimate partner
and sexual violence perpetration; the impact of gender stereotypes on sexual
violence victimization; and will participate in a discussion about rape culture.
Sexual Violence 101 Participants will gain knowledge of power and control dynamics 
of sexual violence; facts about sexual violence victimization; and tips for referring 
survivors to resources.
Stalking & Technology Participants will gain knowledge of power and control dynamics 
of stalking; facts about stalking victimization and use of technology in stalking; 
and tips for referring survivors to resources.
Stalking 101 Participants will gain knowledge of power and control dynamics of stalking; 
facts about stalking victimization; and tips for referring survivors to resources.
Girls Leadership Academy 10-week program for girls in 5th and 6th grade. Workshops cover 
a variety of topics like: self-exploration, relationships, financial literacy, health and wellness, 
goal setting, career exploration and volunteering. Call our office to sign a girl up!

Contact Sara Eliason if you’d like to explore any of our educational opportunities. SaraE@wcaomaha.org or 402-345-6555 x 280

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