Day One offers a variety of programs and workshops on issues dealing with power-based personal violence.

Workshops can be held at schools, in the community, at Day One, or virtually, and can be tailored to meet the needs of the participants and organization. Find out what teachers, students, and community members are saying about our workshops.

We also offer custom programs school staff and administrators, as well as for parents. General information about each workshop and training type is offered below.

Adolescents and Teens

Programs for middle and high school students are designed to increase the prevalence of respectful behaviors, decrease abusive behaviors, and build capacity of bystander intervention. Discussions address the common situations and problems adolescents often encounter. The language and workshop content for each grade level may be slightly different and are appropriate to the developmental and educational levels of the students. Activities encourage student participation and include: class discussions, small group discussions, and role-plays. Program include:

Your Voice Your View is an evidence-based violence prevention program based on social norms and trends within the community. The workshop is broken into four separate sessions: social norms, healthy boundary awareness, myths and facts, and bystander intervention. The workshop is age appropriate for 9-12 grade.

This program highlights information regarding bullying, including cyber bullying, and what students can do to prevent it and protect one another.

This program highlights information regarding bullying, including cyber bullying, and what students can do to prevent it and protect one another.

This introductory program to LGBTQ+ identities offer students a safe space to learn about gender, stereotypes, privilege, and sexuality in their lives and those portrayed in the media.

Dating violence is a very real issue that can affect high school students and many are not sure what to do about it. This program discusses red flag behaviors, as well as how to help a friend who you suspect may be in an unhealthy relationship.

This workshop discusses the realities of CSEC (the commercial sexual exploitation of children) and how to recognize red flags. This program can be done with or without the screening of the 45-minute film “Chosen,” which highlights two real-life examples of CSEC.

Through discussion-based activities and a lens of respectful interaction, students learn about sexual harassment, gender stereotypes, and healthy masculinity/femininity.

All multi-session programs include: pre and post questionnaires (grades 3-12 only), teacher evaluations, a program assessment report, an opportunity for students to speak privately with program presenters, and follow-up with students, and/or staff.

College Workshops

Day One provides workshops and training for students, resident hall advisors, security staff, faculty, and administrators on identifying, responding to and preventing sexual violence. Day One also is available to work with college administrators and faculty on policies addressing sexual violence.

Workshops can be scheduled on campus, virtually, or at Day One and are tailored to meet the needs of the participants. Topics vary depending on specific needs such as campus climate, power-based personal violence, gender-based harassment, and more.

Professional Training

Day One offers a diverse selection of adult workshops and professional training, ranging from one-hour overviews to longer, more in-depth programs. Training can be held in our training facility or on-site in the community.

Topics provide cutting edge information, awareness of the impact, how to respond to incidents, reduce risks, and most importantly - how to prevent it from happening in the first place.

This interactive workshop uses activities and real-life scenarios to educate about the concepts of bystander intervention and how to work as a community to prevent violence, including overcoming any barriers. The workshop also discusses resources and how to report if you witness or experience a crime.

Essential for any professionals in the social or human services field, this introductory workshops outlines essential information regarding LGBTQ+ identities, including vocabulary, pronouns, what privilege looks like, and how to practice empathy.

This program identifies the different types of bullying, including cyber, and how professionals can best respond. It also includes different resources that community members and professionals can use if they witness or hear about bullying.

This program, which was designed specifically for parents and school personnel in mind, helps participants to identify signs that a child has been abused, as well as how to talk to children about prevention.

Teen dating violence affects thousands of adolescents each year – but how much do we truly know on how to prevent it? This program offers participants the facts and strategies on how to best talk to our teenagers about this issue, as well as further preventing it.