PPC Violence Free Network’s Community Outreach and Prevention Education program is dedicated to reducing the incidence of violence in the community.

We provide educational programs that focus on recognizing warning signs and developing strategies to implement changes in behaviors and attitudes.


  • Care For Kids
  • The Incredible Years

K-5th Grades

  • The Incredible Years
  • We Care Elementary
  • Hallway Heroes
  • Internet Safety

Middle School

  • Hallway Heroes
  • We Care Elementary/Safe-T
  • Internet Safety

Senior High

  • S.A.F.E. Dates
  • Internet Safety

PPC’s Core Programs are available free of charge. These usually take several sessions to complete. They are:

Care For Kids Grades Pre-K-2),
We Care Elementary (Grades 3-6), and
Safe-T (Grades 7-8):
These three curriculum make up the Healthy Relationships Project. The goal is to prevent child sexual abuse through sexual health education. It aims to achieve the following outcomes: self-esteem, and respect for self and others.

Incredible Years: Classroom lesson plans are delivered by the instructor to strengthen children’s social and emotional capabilities, such as understanding and communicating feelings, using effective problem-solving strategies, managing anger, practicing friendship and communication skills, and behaving appropriately in the classroom.

Hallway Heroes: Chicken Soup for the Soul Hallway Heroes is an evidence-based, CASEL-endorsed SEL program for elementary aged students.

Safe Dates: This is the only evidence-based curriculum that prevents dating abuse. It is a highly engaging and interactive curriculum that is designed to raise student awareness of what constitutes healthy and abusive dating relationships, the causes and consequences of an abusive relationship, and to equip students with the skills to develop healthy dating relationships. Safe Dates was designated as a Model Program by SAMHSA. It was selected for the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

Adult Workshops

  • Domestic Violence 101
  • Amy’s Story
  • Sexual Violence 101
  • Healthy Sexuality
  • Stalking
  • DV, SA & Protection Orders
  • Consent
  • Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
  • Adult Bullying
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment at Work

Programs are available to any group of individuals including parents, teachers, churches, schools, law enforcement, civic organizations, medical personnel.

For more information please call PPC at 814-676-5476.