Community Education

The Center offers programs for both raising awareness about sexual violence and teaching prevention skills. We teach youth and adults:

  • what to do if they experience violence.
  • how to recognize warning signs of violence in order to prevent it.
  • how to avoid bullying and cyber-bullying others.
  • how to safely intervene as active bystanders.


Our programs are age-appropriate. We provide programs to youth and adults with disabilities. And we offer programs in Spanish.

If you would like to request a program for your after-school program, neighborhood, church, business, or other group, please contact us at or 919-968-4647. Please see below for information about our programs. We strive to provide programs free of charge to local schools and organizations. However, for professional trainings and for requests from outside of Orange County, there may be an associated fee. If you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, please contact us. We can work with you to create a program that fits your needs.


Programs for Youth & TeensPrograms for AdultsOutreach

Safe Touch (Pre K – 4th Grade)
These programs teach children the Personal Safety Saying: “Say No, Get Away, and Tell Someone.” Other topics include the difference between good and bad touches, when not to keep a secret, and brainstorming a list of trusted adults.

Sexual Bullying (5th-8th Grade)
This program teaches kids not to bully each other by identifying bullying and its consequences. The interactive and age-appropriate lessons also include bystander behavior and what to do if you encounter or witness sexual bullying.

Dating & Healthy Relationships (High School and College)
This program helps teens and young adults understand the problem of date and acquaintance rape. It recommends tips for preventing violence and creating healthy relationships. The program also addresses myths, communication techniques, the needs of those affected by violence, and resources in the community.

Internet Safety
This is recommended as an add-on topic to one of the programs listed above.

Keeping Your Child Safe
This program gives parents tips for protecting their child or teen from abuse. Topics include child sexual abuse, internet safety, parents’ roles in protecting their children, and how to talk to children about their safety. This program stresses the important of encouraging healthy self-esteem in kids.

Understanding & Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
This program is excellent for professionals who care for children, such as teachers, daycare workers, athletic coaches, and anyone else who works with kids.

Protecting Yourself From Sexual Violence
This program provides tips for adults on protecting yourself from violence.

Supporting a Survivor of Sexual Violence
This program discusses how to provide immediate and long-term support for survivors of sexual violence. Includes information about the Orange County Rape Crisis Center and our services.

Faith Issues
This program addresses particular issues surrounding faith and religion for survivors of sexual assault. This program is excellent for clergy and church members interested in supporting survivors of sexual violence within their faith community.

The Center provides information and resources for our community. We can also provide information for a table display at community events. Contact us to request materials or set up a program at or 919-968-4647.

  • 24-Hour Help Line:

    • 866-WE-LISTEN (866-935-4783)
    • 919-967-7273 (Local)
    • 919-338-0746 (TTY)