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Curriculum for Educators to End Abuse

Since launching the school-based violence prevention program in 1994, Cornerstone educators have worked on-site at area schools providing K-12 classroom presentations, youth support and educational groups, and truancy prevention services.

Curriculum for Educators to End Abuse

Now in 23 schools in suburban Hennepin County, Cornerstone’s school-based services (formerly known as PAVE) staff speak with thousands of students each year about healthy vs. unhealthy dating relationships, dating violence, bullying, unhealthy anger/aggression, anger management, harassment, and how to identify abuse.

Cornerstone educators are regularly on-site in the schools to work with referred students who have experienced or caused abuse, bullying, harassment, cyber-bulling and/or interpersonal violence. Through this specialized support, these students gain the skills they need to cope with challenging life circumstances.

The following groups are offered in the schools by Cornerstone’s school-based staff:

  • Young Men & Women Anger Awareness Groups
  • Life Issues Discussion Group
  • Peer Support Group
  • Harassment Re-Entry Education
  • Healthy Relationships Group


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