Jeff Anderson, Founder, Zero Abuse Project
Our education and training programs offer unique and engaging learning opportunities.
The Jacob Wetterling Resource Center has a proven history of helping kids and families.
This session highlights the academic study and learning around the topic of child abduction with an intentional focus around patterns that emerge, profiles of abductors and targets, and replicable prevention strategies.
In honor of Missing Children’s Day, this webinar provides information on what to do if your child does go missing but more importantly, ways to prevent it.
Director of CAST, Tyler Counsil, speaks on the fundamentals of personal protective equipment (PPE) to help child protection professionals during this pandemic.
The amount of stress that everyone is feeling in a time where we have little answers can lead to feelings of overwhelm, help/hopelessness not just for our clients but also ourselves. This is truly a time to take care of ourselves before assisting others. This webinar will provide some tools for all ages and stages.
This webinar provides best practices and practical tips to effectively serve victims of abuse perpetrated in the context of a faith community.
Adverse Childhood Experiences are events that have the potential to become traumatic for a child. For some children Covid-19 will be that experience. How do we create buffers for children and families to mitigate the risk? Positive Childhood Experiences have been proven to lessen the impact of trauma. Supporting children and families during this pandemic is essential.
In this session we will discuss resources and strategies for transitioning to distance learning for postsecondary coursework. Details regarding how to present live lectures, host virtual office hours and disseminate materials with a mind towards educational equity will be addressed.
Most children don't disclose when being victimized online or in-person. This webinar for caregivers and professionals goes into detail about why kids and teens don't usually disclose, the process of disclosing, and how caring adults can make telling easier.
This webinar is for caregivers and professionals who support caregivers. Director of JWRC, Alison Feigh, did her best to make this short, easy and effective. Answering three questions helps build skills while laying a foundation for family discussions and response to online dangers now and in the future.
This short webinar goes over best practices for parents and those who work with youth about how to make personal body safety messages empowering and effective.
Learn quick and helpful tips, conversation starters, and up-to-date information to ensure everyone has a fun and safe Halloween!
This workshop guides advocates and law enforcement through prevention strategies that can be used at these often highly charged meetings.
Does your profession provide opportunities to talk to children about abuse prevention? This short overview for professionals (health care, law enforcement, etc.) provides tools and vocabulary to talk about touches.
This video will give youth workers, faith leaders, teachers, and caregivers tools to support them in having conversations with young people about pornography.
The media can serve as a way to get hopeful messages into the mainstream or can perpetuate old myths. This session begins the conversation about engaging media allies as one prevention strategy.
Early life experiences are the building blocks for development, learning, and health throughout a person’s lifetime. Trauma can have a long-term effect on well-being and functioning for children, adults, families, and our community.
In this webinar, Victim Assistance Specialist Kaelie Lund discusses the umbrella term of sexual violence and different ways to provide immediate and on-going support to a friend who has experienced sexual violence. This webinar is aimed at high-school aged students. Learn about local and national sexual violence and mental health resources, options for ensuring your friend’s physical health, and how both of you can set boundaries to regain choice and power. Lastly, learn self-care tools for your friend and yourself.