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Our comprehensive approach focuses on both preventing sexual violence and supporting survivors. Through educational programs, workshops, and awareness campaigns, we strive to engage individuals of all ages in meaningful conversations about consent, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. 


By working hand-in-hand with local institutions, law enforcement, and community members,

we aim to create a culture of empathy and understanding,

ultimately ending sexual violence in our community.

Together, let's build a future where everyone can live free from fear and with dignity.


Education and Awareness Programs

Workshops, seminars, and presentations designed to educate the public about consent, healthy relationships, boundaries, and the consequences of sexual violence. These programs target schools, workplaces, community organizations, and the general public.

Bystander Intervention Training

Training programs that teach individuals to recognize signs of potential sexual violence and how to safely intervene.

Bystander intervention empowers witnesses to take action and support potential victims.



Public awareness campaigns challenge societal norms and attitudes that perpetuate sexual violence. These campaigns may use media, social media, posters, and community events to spread messages about consent, respect, and healthy relationships.


for Professionals

 Training programs for professionals working in various fields, such as healthcare, law enforcement, and education, equip them with the knowledge and skills to respond appropriately to incidents of sexual violence.

Our education topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Definition of Consent and Sexual Violence

  • Erin’s Law Education Requirements

  • Healthy Relationships

  • Cyber-bullying

  • Bystander Intervention

  • Social Media Awareness

  • Title IX

  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

  • Diversity in the Workplace

To make a request for someone to speak on one or more of these topics, please contact

Katrina Heise at

Prevention Services

Prevention Services

It is important to understand and address the factors that put people at risk or protect them from violence. Sexual assault prevention involves understanding and addressing the risk and protective factors associated with this serious issue.  Risk factors are characteristics or conditions that increase the likelihood of sexual violence or victimization, while protective factors are factors that reduce the likelihood of sexual assault occurring. By identifying and addressing these factors, individuals, families, and communities can work together to create a safer environment.

PCAC understands that risk and protective factors can vary across communities and cultures. Effective prevention efforts require a multifaceted approach that addresses these factors holistically.

This may involve education, community engagement, policy changes, and individual accountability to create a safer and more respectful society for everyone.


Listed below are links that can help explain key risk and protective factors:

Sexual Violence Risk and Protective Factors: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Risk and Protective Factors for Sexual Violence Perpetration: Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs

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