Violence prevention starts with you. In your home, your community, and your schools.
Empowering children and adults
360 Communities offers various presentations designed to educate on the dynamics of relationship abuse, power and control, consent, sexual assault and harassment, trafficking, and general overall safety in relationships. Our primary goals are to equip people to recognize abusive patterns earlier and gain access to available resources to help.
We present to various audiences, including school-aged students from upper elementary to high school, colleges, businesses, faith communities, community organizations, and social service providers. We also provide internal training for our staff.
Teaching school-aged youth about healthy relationships and the importance of personal safety both in-person and online help them develop skills that stop violence before it starts. After attending our presentations, over 85% of students felt they received prevention education to help them avoid unhealthy relationships. Over 90% of students learned how to get help if needed.
We support victims
During our presentations, we often hear from participants who have experienced or are experiencing abuse. When this happens, we connect people to our advocacy services and offer safety planning, emotional support, community resources, and more.
For more information about this 360 Communities’ violence prevention education service and information on specific presentations available, call 360 Communities Violence Prevention Education at (651) 244-9826 or request a speaker using the form below.
Violence Prevention Resources
Classes we offer
This class really helped me know what to look for in a healthy and unhealthy relationship. I am so glad you are teaching this to us!
I have experienced what you are talking about and am grateful you are teaching this very important information about difficult things. I think you can save lives by teaching this!
24/7 Violence Prevention Services:
Sexual Assault Hotline: (651) 405-1500
Lewis House in Eagan: (651) 452-7288
Lewis House in Hastings: (651) 437-1291