Welcome to Education Resources. This web page includes documents listing national curricula, initiatives, and awareness campaigns published by renown organizations who work with experts in their respective fields. Resources that are evidence-based, or are identified as best or promising practices are highlighted. These lists are not meant to be comprehensive and will be updated regularly as changes occur and as new resources become available. In addition, curricula/presentations developed and/or adapted by Nevada educators who have experience and expertise in topics related to teen and young adult relationship abuse, sexual assault, promoting healthy relationships and their prevention are listed along with the organization’s contact information.
This list includes curricula/presentations developed and/or adapted by Nevada educators who have experience and expertise in topics related to domestic and sexual violence and their prevention. If you are interested in a training-of-trainers workshop, contact the organization specified in the description to learn more about this option. The geographic area where this curricula/presentation is being offered, the ages and audience are also noted, if specified.
This list of materials is a starting point for educators and community-based advocates who wish to learn more about child sexual abuse, teen and young adult relationship abuse, promoting healthy relationships and their prevention. Materials are organized by Grades/Ages/Audiences, if specified. Updated January 2020.
Teen relationship abuse is a public health problem that affects thousands of young people every day and in turn, affects their families, friends, schools, and communities. February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month and is a time to come together to show what works to keep young adults safe and promote healthy relationships. Is your relationship healthy, supportive, and respectful? Find out by taking the Healthy Relationship Quiz: Healthy Relationship Quiz
These documents are supported by the Nevada State Division of Public and Behavioral Health through Grant Number NB01OT009309-01-00 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Division nor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.