SBAP has been providing community education programs to local schools and businesses since 2005. From July 2022 to June 2023, we provided prevention education programs to 1,824 children and teens and an additional 273 adult community participants.

Prevention of domestic violence and sexual abuse is an integral part of Susan B. Anthony Project’s mission. Our outreach & prevention educators build understanding of the scope of abuse and its impact through school programs and presentations for civic groups, health care professionals and corporations. Programs cover topics such as:

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Sexual Violence
  • Teen Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Media Literacy
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy Boundaries
  • Bullying
  • Respect Building
  • And more!

These are some student comments after participating in SBAP’s educational programs:

  • The program reminded me that I have to put myself first in a relationship. I have the power to make my own choices.
  • I learned to think before I text!
  • I liked the presentation because I learned a lot about respecting others.
  • I learned not to bully and not to worry about popularity. This will be useful to me in the future because of the way I treat others and make friends.

School Presentations

All programs are interactive, age-appropriate, and non-threatening. All lessons can be modified to best suit the needs of students and teachers. Our typical program length is 45 minutes. We are available for single session programs, multi-session programs, or clubs.

  • Safe Touch Puppet Show
  • Bullying and Cyberbullying
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Gender, Power, Violence, and the Media
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Sexual Assault
  • Understanding Diversity
  • Dating Violence
  • Self-Esteem

Community & Professional Presentations

For businesses, camps, churches, civic organizations, colleges, professionals, and scouts.

Topics are flexible to meet your needs. Please call for more information.

  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Assault
  • Personal Safety for Children
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Date Rape
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Electronic Abuse—using technology to harass, monitor, and control

To invite a SBAP educator to speak to your group, please email Kristina ( and Kelsey ( or call them at 860.489.3798. Our educators are available to meet with you to answer any questions you may have and create programs that best support your population.

Thank you to our Outreach & Prevention Education Program Sponsors!