VSC Voice | August 2021
Planning ahead? Our educators are here for you.

Another academic year is upon us.

While we all want young people to feel empowered and safe, it's not always easy to have age-appropriate conversations about identity, pride, body safety, bullying, and how to ask for help. That's why we're here! We can customize a program to suit your needs. Click here to let us know what works best for you!

For example, our team can present
  • workshops for parents and families on preventing child sexual abuse
  • trainings on trauma-informed responses to victims and creating safe spaces for survivors
  • age-appropriate child exploitation awareness education programs for students K-8th grade, state-approved under Act 71 Child Exploitation Awareness Education model curricula called Care for Kids (age 3-8), We Care Elementary (grades 3-6) and Sexual Abuse Free Environment for Teens (SAFE-T for grades 7-8) 

We can provide training in a format that works well for you and your organization (e.g., synchronously or asynchronously via learning modules). 
Jessica Carson, CA
Director of Education
Community Education Supervisor
Victim Services Center of Montgomery County, Inc.
610-277-0932 Extension: 232
For your Calendar
September 2 - Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training for Mandated Reporters
This program is state-approved for Act 126 and Act 31 credits.

9:00 AM - 12 PM
Online (via zoom)
Cost: $20 per person (Register here)
September 14 - Effective Response to Victims with Limited English Proficiency
Learn what you need to know from Natacha Rivera, bilingual advocate at VSC, and Damary Miller from the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and get 2 CLEE credits.

10:00 AM - 12 PM
1175 Academy Dr.
Conshohoken, PA 
Cost: Free (Register here)