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Prevention and Training


Noah Project offers age-appropriate instruction and interactive learning activities on issues that could help a young person avoid becoming a victim or perpetrator in the future:
  • Anger Management
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Communication Skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Self-Care
  • Bullying
  • Self-Esteem
  • Empathy & Kindness
  • Acceptance & Diversity
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Dating Violence
  • Online Safety

Students who learn self-worth at a young age have the tools to advocate for themselves to avoid become a victim or advocate for themselves if they do. Instruction is available for ages 4 and up enrolled in pre-k, public school, private school, summer camps, homeschool consortiums, and church classes within our 10-county service area.

Download some of our lesson plans to see what we teach:
Elementary School: Shredders and Builders
Middle School: Boundaries and Personal Space
Elementary School: Personal Space Camp

Noah Project can bring games, giveaways, and educational information to your festival, fair, or other event!

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Noah Project educators are available to tailor instruction to any group that would like to become an ally in recognizing, preventing, and reporting abuse, bullying, human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence, such as:
  • Educators,
  • Churches,
  • Parents, and
  • Colleges & universities.
Noah Project provides family, domestic, dating violence, human trafficking, and sexual assault training for professional audiences that may interact with victims or want to learn how to advocate for them, including:
  • Health care professionals (doctors, nurses, mental health providers, etc.),
  • Law enforcement professionals,
  • Foster care providers,
  • Child advocates (foster care providers, court-appointed advocates, etc.),
  • Social service providers,
  • Business owners, and
  • Salon professionals.
Noah Project’s BIPP program is designed to hold offenders and perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual assault accountable for their actions, so that they can recognize abuse, change their violent behavior, and become educated on healthy, non-violent relationships.

If offenders can make this change, we can stop the cycle of violence from ever occurring in the first place.

Participants are referred to Noah Project by members of the criminal justice system such as judges, probation officers, and district attorneys. Participants can also enroll themselves for their personal benefit and enrichment.

If you would like to refer a participant to our BIPP instructor or enroll yourself, please contact: bipp@noahproject.org.