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COMMUNITY EDUCATION
Rape Crisis advocates deliver community education and prevention
programs throughout Orange County, NY. Advocates present community education and prevention programs in middle schools, high schools,
colleges, and professional settings.

Middle School:

Shifting Boundaries
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Shifting Boundaries is an evidence-based, multi-level prevention program for middle school students on sexual harassments and precursors to dating violence. The program is unique in that it embraces environmental approach that identifies multiple strategies to support young people, both school-wide interventions and classroom lessons.

To schedule programming and events at your middle school, call 845-342-2400 ext. 1262.

High School & College:

MVP:

Mentors in Violence Prevention is a leadership program facilitated in both high schools and colleges focused on preventing all forms of gender-based violence. MVP utilizes unique bystander approach to prevention and education. MVP views all participants as potential bystanders who can be empowered to confront abusive incidents involving peers. Through conversation, we provide concrete tools for confronting, interrupting and preventing this violence, because the more options a person has available to them, the more likely they are to intervene in the face of violence.

To schedule programming and events at your high school, call 845-342-2400 ext. 1262.

Enough is Enough:

The “Enough is Enough” legislation requires all colleges to adopt a set of comprehensive procedures and guidelines, including a uniform definition of affirmative consent, a statewide amnesty policy, and expanded access to law enforcement. Our Enough is Enough Coordinator is an active part of the college communities in Orange County and works with local colleges to decrease incidents of sexual violence, intimate-partner violence, and stalking while enhancing the communities’ response to such incidents.

To schedule programming and events at your college, call 845-342-2400 ext. 1224.

Professional Development:

We provide professional development trainings for law enforcement, medical professionals, and school administrators and educators. We cover a variety of topics including a Rape Crisis Overview, Evidence Collection Kits, Trauma-Informed Care, Human Trafficking, Non-Fatal Strangulation and more.

To schedule professional development for your organization, call 845-342-2400 ext. 1351.

To connect with an advocate or get more information,
call the 24/7 Orange County Crisis Call Center at 1-800-832-1200.