Stewards of Children™
Stewards of Children™ an award winning training program created to educate and support you in protecting children from sexual abuse. This 2 hour training program focuses on the concept that ending child sexual abuse will require a cooperative, community effort.
Want to bring this training to your community, workplace, or school? Find a training near you.
If a training is not offered in your area please contatct Awareness to Action to learn how to bring this training to your community.
Virtual Stewards of Children Faciliator Training
Awareness to Action, through our grant from the Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Board, will be sponsoring scholarships for virtual Stewards of Children facilitator trainings. A listing of upcoming virtual SOC facilitator trainings can be found at:
If interested in a scholarship to become a trainier please fill out an application. If an application is accepted, A2A will provide a code to cover the $450 cost of the training. Approved applicants will be expected to attend an additional virtual training by A2A staff which will cover instructions on how to obtain workbooks at no cost and how to access the surveys for participants.
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum
As more states move to pass legislation requiring schools to provide child sexual abuse prevention curriculum in the classroom, A2A along with partners from throughout the state, including representatives from the Wisconsin Departments of Children & Families, Public Instruction, Health Services, and Corrections, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services, The Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Board, Supporting Families Together Association and the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) decided to produce a document to provide an overview of available curricula for schools and organizations. This document is not meant to endorse or discourage the use of any particular curriculum, but rather to provide information that aids in the curriculum selection process. Learn more about the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum Review.