Partnership 4 Saftey
The Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response Program is an across the lifespan sexual abuse prevention program that offers education and training for individuals with I/DD and disability professionals, teachers and community members.
To learn more please contact Healthy Relationships Educator, Theresa Fears, MSW at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healthy Relationship Classes
Healthy Relationships is an 8-week abuse prevention curriculum written specifically for students receiving special education services. It uses a variety of teaching methods to keep students engaged and is offered in collaboration with local school systems. Healthy Relationships is provided at no cost.
Pizza and a Movie
A free youth oriented monthly activity for students 16 - 21 with I/DD disabilities and their friends. It’s a fun and welcoming environment where youth can watch a move, eat some pizza, hang out and meet new people.
Training Sessions for Professionals
Free sexual abuse prevention training for Teachers and disability professionals serving children and youth with I/DD. Training sessions are designed to increase awareness of prevalence, and recognition of risk factors and indicators of sexual abuse.
Sexual Assault: Awareness, Identification, Response and Reporting training aims to prevent and reduce the rates of sexual assault among people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This training helps professionals in the field of disability services identify the common signs of sexual assault and how to respond appropriately.
The Resource Guide
This easy to use guide provides many programs and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities here in the Spokane area. This guide is a great way to stay current and up to date on local resources. Please follow this link for the newest resource guide (insert Arc website)
The Safety Rally
This event is a student led resource and personal safety fair for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is a yearly event and held in the month of April to represent Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). This event is for special education students in middle school, high school and transition programs.