child sexual abuse prevention training for parents

Child Protection Project Training

 

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training

It’s an adult responsibility to keep kids safe.

The Child Protection Project is a presentation for parents on safety tips, child protection, and effective methods to talk with children about personal safety.

Who is this training for?

  • Parents
  • Caregivers
  • Foster Parents
  • Grandparents
  • Other caring adults

What does this program include?

The Child Protection Project training was designed for parents and caregivers to hear first-hand from parents and survivors of child sexual abuse.  This training includes video interviews and information on how we, as adults, can work together to prevent/recognize child sexual abuse.  It is available in English & Spanish.

Register

Sunflower House will hold scheduled trainings at our location in October.  To see the dates for these trainings and to sign up, you can register using the button below. After completing your registration you will receive and email with additional information, handouts, and a zoom invitation.  THERE IS NO COST FOR THIS TRAINING.

If you are interested in scheduling this FREE training for your group at a different time, contact our education staff at bevt@sunflowerhouse.org or 913-631-5800 and we will come to you!

Register

Testimonials

“Sunflower House staff was very professional, personable and kind. They made my children feel comfortable and safe. Thank you for your support and compassion.”

Testimonials

“I’m thankful that places like this are here to help in a situation like the one we have right now. My kids are safe now.”

Testimonials

“I am very thankful this center exists for the children facing this it goes a long way in rebuilding the trust and safe boundaries that have been broken for them. I’m amazed at how at ease I felt through this terrible process.”

About Sunflower House

Sunflower House is a non-profit founded in 1977.

It is a non-residential children’s advocacy and abuse prevention center serving Johnson and Wyandotte counties. The questions, “What would I want for my child if he or she were abused?” and “How can we stop the cycle of child abuse?” drive every decision made at Sunflower House.

The agency addresses abuse and neglect through a comprehensive approach—engaging children, parents, child-serving professionals and the community. Sunflower House is an accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance. Accreditation through this national affiliate ensures adherence to best practice standards of its federally recognized multidisciplinary approach to child abuse investigations.