Primary Prevention in Educational Settings - ISPCAN/ICAP
Decrease vulnerability of children to assault
Focus of this Training:
Multiple quantitative and qualitative evaluation studies have demonstrated service integrity, fidelity to the curriculum and model, and impact. ❖ When compared to controls, CAP elementary school participants had statistically significant: Higher levels of self-esteem Greater knowledge of how to handle bullying, abuse and assault, and Were more willing to report abusive situations to adults than youth who had not received the intervention. ❖ Pre and post-tests of 169 students and parents at four middle schools: Students gained knowledge of safety rights, power and control in peer and dating relationships and willingness to report violence to self and others as a result of participating in TeenCAP program.
January 1, 2022