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Prevent Child Abuse Indiana offers trainings and presentations on a number of topics related to preventing child abuse and neglect. These are perfect for small groups, professional organizations, and community groups who want to help keep kids safe. Our trainings are provided at no charge, thanks to funding from private donations and the Kids First Trust Fund.

Browse our trainings below to learn more. Request a training by using the form provided. (Please contact us at least three weeks in advance of when you would like the presentation to take place.)

For additional educational workshops and opportunities visit our EVENTS page.

PCAIN Presentation/Trainings cannot be recorded, videoed or streamed. You cannot charge admission to see any presentation unless it is a workshop within your conference.

Some trainings are either on-site or virtual, if you are in a classroom type setting, please choose the on-site choice.

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Child Abuse 101: Indicators of Abuse and Neglect
Defines and discusses four types of child maltreatment, prevention strategies, reporting responsibilities, and more.
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Child Abuse 102: Impact of Violence on Children
Defines and discusses consequences of violence on children, how to integrate and adapt prevention activities, and more.
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Bullying Prevention

Introduces basic concepts and definitions around bullying behavior, along with the different forms, prevention methods, and Indiana policies and laws.

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ACE Interface: Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences - Building Self-Healthy Communities

ACE Interface: Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences — Building Self-Healing Communities


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“I Never Meant”

Features a short movie directed by Deborah Asante and starring actors from the Asante Children’s Theatre that delves into the life of a family.  Child abuse, stress, peer pressure and neglect all play a role in efforts to reach home tranquility. Not available virtually.

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A 2 1/2-hour training that includes a screening of the documentary “Resilience”, followed by a discussion of the film and childhood poverty. Not available virtually

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Safe Tots

Touches on a variety of safety issues, including safe sleep practices, water safety, and more.

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Stewards of Children: Sexual Abuse Prevention

An award-winning program that educates adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Not available virtually.  Requires a full 3 hours for this training.

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Trauma and Brain Development

This presentation discusses the effects of trauma on brain development and behavior. It also provides an overview of the long-term effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the importance of building and promoting resilience.

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What Would I Do? Human Trafficking

What Would I Do? is a human trafficking prevention curriculum designed for upper elementary to senior high students to foster critical thinking about healthy relationships, develop a proactive response to harmful cultural messages, and identify action steps for responding to unsafe situations. It also provides youth the space for addressing harmful stereotypes, barriers to seeking help, and strategies for staying safe.

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Human Trafficking 101

For those who work with youth: This presentation is an introduction to the issue of human trafficking, including scope, definitions, vulnerability factors for victims, indicators of possible trafficking, services available, and how to identify and report. Training requires 2 hours.

Audience: The presentation can be tailored for communities, parents, and professionals. 



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