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The Personal Safety Skills Program educates school-aged children on how to recognize and respond to unsafe situations and to find a trusted adult to help.
During three 30 minute sessions children will learn:

  • How to respond to someone who makes them feel scared or uncomfortable
  • Safe and unsafe touching from strangers or someone they know
  • How to keep their feelings safe

Songs, storybooks, and fun role plays will help children understand these topics and how to get help from an adult in all of these situations. The program also includes a component for staff members. These trainings are at No-Cost for Host sites and can be scheduled to meet your organizational needs. On-site trainings are held at schools, day care centers, community centers, churches, camps, etc.

For more information or for scheduling, please contact Carrie Joseph at (216) 229-2420 or

You can view and download the program flyer here.


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