Programing includes both internally and externally developed and researched based presentations and sources. These can be presented to many different populations related to the field of safety and the well-being of the children in our communities.

Body Safety Education Offerings:

• Body Safety Basic Skills – Harmony House developed program designed to discuss and develop a basic understanding of body autonomy, respecting physical boundaries, and developing and implementing safety rules for each child.
- Recommended for EL, E

• Empower Me Curriculum – Researched-based program by Gundersun and the Jacob Wetterling Research Center to teach children to develop appropriate body safety rules and boundaries.
- Recommended for E

• Second Step – Evidenced-Based program by Committee for Children to utilize best practice principles of repeated lessons regarding education and practice on body safety and appropriate skills. *Currently utilized in partnership with school systems/agencies whom have purchased the program.
- Recommended for E

• Challenging Situations – Harmony House developed program to discuss and teach skills related to appropriate communication, boundaries, and other social skill building. The program also addresses difficulties commonly faced in families (ie. Drug endangerment, mental illness, or family separations, etc.) and teaches protective factors for assisting with these experiences.
- Recommended for M, HS

• The Basics of Consent – Harmony House developed program to discuss and teach understanding of consent across several settings with a primary focus on dating relationships, the legal definition of consent, and teaching appropriate communication and refusal skills. This program provides interactive examples to engage students in practicing skills learned throughout program.
-Recommended for M, HS

• Awareness and Understanding of Child Trafficking – Harmony House program to discuss common myths around the topic of Trafficking of minors and develop a better understanding of this often misunderstood and continually growing topic in social awareness.
-Recommended for M, HS

***Age Ranges for Programing:
Early Learning: (EL) Preschool Education
Elementary: (E) 5-10 years old
Middle School: (M) 11-13 years old
High School: (HS)14-18 years old
Adult: (A) 18+ years old

To inquire about a presentation and/or to schedule a presentation in West Virginia  call (304) 230.2205 and for Ohio presentations call (740) 695.0812 or email Katie Banal at

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