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Prevent 360° is a comprehensive approach that includes complementary language and strategies, so adults and children have a common language to talk about sexual abuse and other types of victimization.

Prevent 360° is ideal for daycares and schools, child advocacy centers, youth sports and other youth-serving organizations, and faith-based groups. The complementary skills taught through Prevent 360° give children and adults a common language and expectation that can help keep children safe.


So, how does Prevent 360° work?


There are a range of factors that put children at risk. By addressing these risks on multiple levels, we are able to better prevent and intervene in abuse making this collaborative approach more successful than any single intervention alone. 

Prevention Levels

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CHILDREN. While everyone agrees it’s an adult’s responsibility to protect children, children can effectively learn strategies to help adults keep them safe. 


ADULTS.  When educated and empowered, adults can use protective behaviors to ensure child safety and talk to children appropriately by establishing a common language.


ORGANIZATIONS. Organizations play a critical role in establishing community initiatives and partnerships to bring awareness and protect children.


COMMUNITIES. Communities can embrace and promote child protection initiatives, organizations, and their efforts to keep children safe.


SOCIETY. Society can prioritize the safety and well being of children and establish and enforce laws that help protect them. 



With Prevent 360° you get:

  • a one-stop prevention solution with access to nationally recognized child and adult-focused programming,

  • programs backed by evidence and research,

  • a commitment to ongoing research to ensure efficacy and consistency,

  • exclusive access to a 10% discount for both programs*, 

  • and ongoing support and resources throughout implementation.

*The 10% discount applies to new program users as well as existing Darkness to Light and Monique Burr Foundation Facilitators wanting to add the complementary program.