Educating the Community and Beyond
Each year the Rebuilding Hope’s Education Department gives hundreds of presentations on bullying, harassment, date/acquaintance rape, rape drugs, and sexual harassment to thousands of 6-12 graders in Pierce County schools. Each presentation is geared toward a specific age group and is designed to lead to the elimination of sexual violence in the schools and the community. These presentations are free of charge, although donations are greatly appreciated.
Follow these links to view the presentations that Education staff give to youth:
SACPC provides education to community organizations and businesses throughout Pierce County. Presentations cover various topics of sexual assault and abuse, including date/acquaintance rape, rape drugs, sexual harassment, and the general dynamics of sexual assault.
Rebuilding Hope provides a 30+ hour Basic Sexual Assault Awareness Training (BSAAT) four times a year. This training is state certified and open to human services providers, law enforcement, medical professionals, legal professionals, school personnel, daycare providers, counselors, advocates, concerned parents/grandparents, Human Resource managers, religious leaders, and others who provide services throughout the community. See our Calendar of Events for specific dates.
We also provide education to community organizations and businesses on sexual harassment in the workplace, keeping children safe from child molesters, and the general dynamics of sexual assault.
The Therapy department provides training and consultation on Vicarious Trauma (the impact working with trauma survivors has on staff, volunteers, and organizations.)
There are fees for education and training services, with scholarships available. Please contact our Education department at (253) 597-6424 ext. #110 to find out more.
Rebuilding Hope is committed to helping the community STOP sexual abuse. Rebuilding Hope provides education and support to individuals and groups who want to build the skills and develop strategies to end sexual abuse in their communities. SACPC also attends community events, offering information and support.