Small victims need BIG friends.

Paluxy River Children’s Advocacy Center provides the following programs for PTA’S,
Teachers, Churches, Civic and Professional Organizations:

We would love the opportunity to come and talk to your group, church or school at no cost to you.

Interested in having us talk to your group? Contact Traci Cooper at traci@paluxyrivercac.org.

Happy Bear

“Happy Bear” is an interactive 30-minute play that introduces the basics of recognizing, resisting, and reporting child abuse. The presentation teaches children what welcome, and unwelcome touches are. Children learn that they can say “no” and move away if someone gives them an unwelcome touch. Most importantly, they learn who safe adults are and that they need to tell a safe adult if anyone gives them an unwelcome touch. This presentation is appropriate for children pre-k through 1st grade. Sunflower House created “Happy Bear”.

 

P.S. It’s My Body!

P.S. It’s My Body! is an innovative practical safety curriculum for children designed by Sunflower House to teach and reinforce the three R’s of personal safety, Recognizing, Resisting, and Reporting. This presentation is appropriate for children in 1st-5th grades. This is a 30 minute presentation.

 

Child and Teen Safety Matters

This is a program designed by the Monique Burr Foundation for students in 1st-12th grades. These lessons are evidence-based, and educate and protect children and teens from all types of bullying, abuse, and victimization. The curriculum utilizes a two-lesson format. For more information click here.

 

Play it Safe!

Play it Safe! Is a child abuse awareness and prevention program that incorporates age-appropriate scripts and movies to teach children to recognize potentially abusive behavior. It also provides them with tools to respond to threatening situations and encourages them to report abuse to a trusted adult. The presentations we offer are Abusive Relationships, Aiden’s Discovery, An Abuse of Power, Relationships: Paint Them Healthy. For more information click here

 

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Child Sex Trafficking

This 1 to 1.5-hour training is geared toward those who work in schools and child-serving organizations. This training is also presented to community members who want to learn to recognize and report. This training covers:

  1. Warning signs of sexual abuse, sex trafficking, or other maltreatment including children with cognitive disabilities
  2. Procedures for seeking assistance for a child who is at risk.
  3. Techniques for reducing a child’s risk

 

All presentations meet Texas Education Code Section 38.004

 

If you would like to see our presentation sequence and how we see all of these presentations fitting together in the school system click here