Prevention Programs


Call 631-689-2672 and ask for our Prevention Department for more information.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AT YOUR SITE:
Child and Teen Sexual Abuse and Rape Prevention - PFML staff comes to your school or organization to present the following child and teen programs:

Children Pre K-3rd Grade: You're In Charge – Sexual Abuse/Abduction Prevention
Children 4th – 7th Grade: When Should You Tell – Sexual Abuse/Abduction Prevention
Tweens 7th - 9th Grade: Katie’s Secret 1 – Sexual Abuse/Abduction Prevention
Teens 10th - 12th Grade: Katie’s Secret 2 – Sexual Abuse/Abduction Prevention
Teens 7th - 12th Grade, College Students: Safe Dates - Preventing Dating Abuse
Teens 9th – 12th Grade, Adults: Staying Safe - Sexual Assault Prevention, Megan's Law
Teens 9th – 12th Grade, Parents: Teen Sexting Prevention & Cyber Safety, Megan's Law

Adult Sexual Abuse Prevention Education Programs - PFML staff comes to your school, organization or business to present the following programs:

UPDATED - Apple 1 – Megan’s Law and Sexual Abuse and Rape Prevention for parents and community members. Participants learn detailed strategies to keep children safe and how to identify inappropriate relationships and potential predators.
Apple 2 - Megan’s Law and Sexual Abuse and Rape Prevention for professionals working with children and teens. Participants also learn about mandated reporting and professional boundaries.
Staying Safe 2 - Megan’s Law and Sexual Abuse and Rape Prevention for Adults.
Teen Sexting Prevention - This workshop provides information about the laws pertaining to "sexting" and discusses the potentially devastating, long-term consequences. Parents will have a better understanding of the digital trail and will be educated on how to report any online incident.
Staying Safe: Enough is Enough - Sexual Assault Prevention, Risk Factor Mitigation, Student Bill of Rights as well as other important information related to NYS Law.
Staying Safe: Enough is Enough II - Sexual Assault Prevention, Risk Factor Mitigation, Student Bill of Rights as well as other important information related to NYS Law for College Staff and Faculty.
Bringing in the Bystander - Utilizing, a “community of responsibility” approach, the workshop uses real-life examples to teach bystanders how to safety intervene in instances where an incident may be occurring or where there may be risk.

Hate Crime Prevention

We come to your community organization.Provides participants detailed information about what a hate crime is and what to do if you or someone you know may be a victim of a hate crime. Participants learn about prejudice, discrimination, stereotyping and the seriousness of hate crime and how it effects victims and communities. A detailed overview of the rights of crime victims and services they are entitled to under the law.