Quarterly 35-hour training (two weekends) led by the Volunteer Program Coordinator and supported by a variety of guest speakers. Applicants must have a reliable vehicle and phone. Background check required.
Training topics covered include:
PRCS is dedicated to educating and empowering young people in the Pueblo community. Prevention courses provide crucial information relating to sexual health, healthy relationships, consent, dating violence and sexual violence prevention, in order to promote positive development.
If you have a group that you would like get connected with our prevention program, contact (719) 544-1191.
PRCS will customize a training to your group based on time allotted. Community training sessions are usually two hours and cover the following topics:
Sexual assault is a deeply intimate violation. Afterward, a survivor may experience a variety of emotions and will need support to move forward and heal. When someone discloses they have been raped or sexually assaulted, they are sharing something very personal and difficult. People may not know how to offer support to a survivor, because they are afraid to say or do the wrong thing. Below are some things to keep in mind when offering support.
Supporting a survivor does not mean you are responsible for taking away their pain; it means you are there when they need you.
Interested in joining the PRCS team? We occasionally have job and/or internship openings. Contact us to learn more about what we have available.