Coaching Boys Into Men

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Just 15 minutes a week can help stop sexual violence

 

Sexual violence is a serious public health risk.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined the best way to stop it, is to prevent sexual violence from happening in the first place using primary preventative measures.

 

Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) is a national, evidence-based program that instructs athletic coaches, mentors and teachers how to use their influence to build positive character among high school and college male athletes.

 

This program is simple and easy to implement.  It takes just 15 minutes once a week to teach your athletes personal responsibility and respect, how to model positive behavior and hold peers accountable.  Skills that will continue to serve them well throughout their lives.

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Click HERE for a downloadable/printable version of our flyer for your school.

 

 

Listen to our interview with Jesse from Futures Without Violence as we discuss the Coaching Boys Into Men program on our podcast, Prevention Is Now.