Prevention Programming

The Office of Violence Prevention hosts prevention programming throughout the year. Below are examples of prevention programming. In addition, should your group or class have specific topics related to violence prevention that they would like to learn about, the Office of Violence Prevention can create customized presentations if given enough advanced notice.

Consent and Beyond

  • This interactive presentation covers what consent is and provides opportunities for practicing ways to get consent. In addition, personal boundaries and why they are important for healthy relationships are also explored.

Behind the Post

  • Many times, what we see on social media is not a true representation of what’s going on in real life. A couple may look picture-perfect online, but amazing social posts are not what makes or breaks a relationship. As you will see in this film, healthy relationships involve a lot more than that. This program was developed by the One Love Foundation.

Green Dot Bystander Intervention

  • Green Dot Overview Speeches can be requested for your class or organization. These presentations talk about how community members can engage in culture change through violence prevention. The speech can be adjusted to meet your time requirements.

Healthy Relationships

  • Focusing on the One Love Foundation’s 10 Signs of a Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships, this presentation introduces participants to characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships. Participants engage in discussions with their peers for a deeper understanding of relationships.

Supporting Others

  • Whether or not we know it, everyone knows someone who has been affected by sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking. This presentation shares ways that we all can support people who have experienced these forms of harm.

Introduction to Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking

  • This presentation discusses the basic facts and statistics of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. This presentation can be adapted to meet the needs of the specific group requesting the training.


  • Healthy relationships, consent, bystander intervention and other topics can be presented in a trivia or jeopardy style program.

Self-Care Activities

  • Self-care activities that incorporates information on healthy relationships, consent, bystander intervention and other topics.
  • Example: Coloring pages

Submit the form below to schedule a presentation for your class or organization.

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