Programs for Schools and Youth OrganizationspreK-12 Prevention and Safety Education
Providing proven curriculum for promoting the safety and well-being of children and teens, creating cultures of caring and respect, and preventing bullying, sexual abuse, assault, and kidnapping, since 1989.
Experiential and Age Appropriate
We Know How to Make Learning About Safety Fun
Kidpower’s Positive Practice Method™ provides the opportunity for students to be coached in being successful in rehearsing awareness, boundary-setting, consent, and help-seeking strategies and skills. Educators, mental health experts, public safety officials, and parents recommend Kidpower for being positive, practical, trauma-sensitive and emotionally safe, age-appropriate, adapted for different abilities, and relevant to the life situations of our students.
Kidpower is a global nonprofit leader dedicated to providing empowering and effective sexual abuse and bullying prevention, child protection, and personal safety education for all ages, abilities, and walks of life.
Since 1989, we have served over 5.4 million children, teens, and adults, including those with special needs, through our workshops, partnerships, and educational resources. In locations where we have instructors, we teach hands-on workshops for families, schools, and organizations. In addition, we provide training of professionals, parent/guardian workshops, and extensive curriculum.
We prepare responsible adults to introduce and teach Kidpower skills in ways that are effective, empowering, and FUN – and to coach the use of these skills in daily life. Just as crossing the street safely does not happen in one lesson, learning how to prevent and solve problems with people is not a one-time lesson, but an ongoing process.
From A Director of Curriculum
“Our district has been very excited to discover and experience the philosophy, depth, adaptability, and practicality of Kidpower’s training and educational materials. The Kidpower curriculum empowers students, parents, and teachers by using a strengths-based approach to create a culture of safety.”
– Kathy Marshall
Former Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Orinda Union School District