The Crisis Center of Anderson & Cherokee Counties offers a large selection of community outreach and education programs designed for children, teens, and adults to help them identify, stop, or report family or sexual violence.
If you’re interested in booking a speaker for your school or event, contact us today to speak with our outreach coordinator to schedule a presentation.
This is a national program designed to educate adults about how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. It is a 2-hour course designed to help parents, guardians, and educators properly confront a difficult situation.
MBF Child Safety Matters is an evidence-based curriculum for children K-5. The program teaches students–and adults–strategies to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, abuse, and online harassment.
The Crisis Center partners with NCMEC NetSmartz to provide a variety of educational programming for children and teens, including smartphone use, online solicitation, cyberbullying and more.
The Crisis Center of Anderson & Cherokee Counties offers a variety of other programming. We’re able to provide presentations in a format that adults, teens, and children can all benefit from.
If you’d like to book a speaker, contact us today to speak with an outreach coordinator so we can plan how best to present the information to your audience.