Prevention Education

The Center Offers Leading Training Programs To Our Community To Educate Both Children And Adults On What They Need To Know.


ROAR is a child-friendly, evidence-based program that teaches children how to protect themselves from abuse. Aimed at children ages 4-8, ROAR is a lesson that teaches children that they control their own bodies, through a story of Rex the lion, who wants to find his ROAR. The lesson materials encourage children continue the conversation at home with their families. If interested, contact our Community Outreach Coordinator, Sabrina Durbin, at 270-783-4357 or at [email protected].


Are They Good For Your Kids?

This training covers child sexual abuse prevalence, grooming behaviors, and strategies for prevention in communities, workplaces, and homes.

As parents and caregivers, the people we bring into our lives impact not only us, but our children as well. There are several things to consider when introducing a new friend, love interest, coach, or childcare provider into our children’s lives! Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky offers advice and guidance.