YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.

                                              A Nonprofit 501 (c) (3) Organization

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A Public Charity and A Nonprofit 501 (c) (3) Organization

Become a Partner        www.youthalert.us        info@youthalert.us        859.494.3677


Our Mission: "To Bring About a Ten-Percent Reduction in Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse, through Volunteerism, Education, and Teamwork"

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YouthAlert! (YA!) Program - A Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention/Health  Education Curriculum - Pricing
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Special Two Day Middle School Pricing and Special Three Day High School Pricing Available for Select U.S. Public School Districts. For More Information email us at info@youthalert.us.
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Elementary School Pricing

Kindergarten through Fifth Grade Age
One Elementary School $1,500 Per Day

Two Elementary Schools $1,250 Per Day

Three or More Elementary Schools $1,000 Per Day

One  Day/Assembly Style - Two, Assembly Style, Two Hour, Live and in Person, Bullying Prevention Presentations for Elementary Schools. One for Primary Grades and one for Immediate grades.

One Day/Class Size - Seven, Class Size, One Hour, Live and in Person, Bullying Prevention Presentations for Elementary Schools. Can be for Primary Grades or Immediate grades or a combination of both.

Program Cost - From $1,000 to $1,500 per day depending on total number of presentation days. Average Cost $2.50 Per Student Per Day. Travel costs not included. Webinars and separate Speaking Engagements are also available. For Elementary School YA! Program Information Packet email info@youthalert.us
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Middle School and High School Pricing

Sixth through Twevleth Grade Age

One Middle or High School $1,500 Per Day

Two Middle or High Schools $1,250 Per Day

Three of More Middle or High Schools $1,000 Per Day

The program is designed to be a proactive platform on which to engage today’s youth on the importance and life-long benefits of being peaceful. Our program engages youth on their level and in their environment with thoughtful discussion, interactive activities and social and emotional exploration. Our sessions are tailored to meet the needs of our diverse and valued school-age populations.


Sponsorship includes full-day program in each school Health/PE class, seven classes per day, average 200 students per day. Presentation includes an instructor and instruction, video slides and videos, student role playing and team/cooperative learning exercises, pretests, posttests, formative and self-reporting summative assessments, a quiz, school behavior event comparisons, intervention connections, YouthAlert! (YA!) Model Youth assignments, and YouthAlert! (YA!) Youth Team sign-up, social media interaction, instruction and program review for instructors, continuing education information, and invitations to parents and guardians to attend the sessions. Video compilation of the sessions.


Program Cost depends on total number of days and schools. Average Cost $5.00 Per Student Per Day. Travel costs not included. Webinars and separate Speaking Engagements are also available. For Middle School and High School YA! Program information Packet email info@youthalert.us

Sample Middle School and High School Sessions

One Full Day: Class-Size, One-Hour per Class, Seven Classes per Day, approximately 200 students per day or One Full Day Assembly Size. Presentation - One Comprehensive Presentation.

 

Two Full Days: Class-Size, One-Hour per Class, Seven Classes per Day, same approximate 200 students per day or Two Full Days Assembly Size, Back-to-Back Days. Presentation - Part I on Day One and Part II on Day Two.

 

Three Full Days: Class-Size, One-Hour per Class, Seven Classes per Day, same approximate 200 students per day for Three Days within One week. Presentation - Part I on Day One, Part II on Day Two, and Part III on Day Three.

 

Four Full Days: Class-Size, One-Hour per Class, Seven Classes per Day for Four Days, same approximate 200 students per day, preferably within One week. Presentation - Part I on Day One, Part II on Day Two, and Part III on Day Three, Part IV on Day Four.

 

Five Full Days: Class-Size, One-Hour per Class, Seven Classes per Day for Five Days, same approximate 200 students per day, preferably within One week. Presentation - Part I on Day One, Part II on Day Two, and Part III on Day Three, Part IV, on Day Four and Part V on day Five.

 

Breakout Sessions Available: One Full School Day, Class-Size, One-Subject, One-Hour, Seven Classes per day. Twenty Subjects/Breakout Sessions to Choose from.

 

Two Back-to-Back Days Minimum Suggested for Middle School Students and Three Days within One Week Minimum Suggested for High School Students. Sessions are Available Every Semester. Program is Ten Hours in its Entirety.

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College and University Pricing
One College/University $2,500 Per Day (travel not included)

Two College/University $2,250 Per Day

Three or More College/University $2,000 Per Day

One Day Webinar College/University $2,000 Per Day

One Full Day Live In-Person Presentation – Ten-Hour Live In-Person, Program/Presentation 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, One Hour Lunch, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.

 

One Full Day Webinar Presentation - Eight-Hour Program/Presentation, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, One Hour Lunch, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.


Subjects include, peer-to-peer youth violence, gun violence, suicide, self-harm, dating violence, sexual violence, domestic violence, gender violence, LGBTQ violence, child maltreatment, bullying, stalking, harassment, gang violence, justice, terrorism, plus other youth health advocacy and prevention topics including, social-emotional health, resiliency, mental health, physical health, substance abuse, unintentional injuries, media, successful interventions, intervention contacts, and more.


Sponsorship Includes Student Instruction/Reference Booklet, Smart phone App, and Web, access for Continuing Education,Social Media Advocacy Coordination,Media Package, YouthAlert! (YA!) Model Youth Assignments, YouthAlert! (YA!) Youth Team Set Up.

Implications for Prevention.

 

Importance of a Cross-Cutting and Multi-Sector Approach. Given that victimization from and perpetration of different forms of violence often co-occur (Finkelhor et al., 2011), prevention approaches are most efficient when they are cross-cutting and can have impacts on more than one type of violence.”

 

Early Prevention that Continues Across Developmental Stages. A prevention focus demands that we start early in life with prevention efforts given the findings of this report which suggest the first experiences of sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence victimization often happen at a young age. For example, more than three-quarters of female victims of completed rape reported that their first victimization occurred before the age of 25, with 41.3% reporting that they were first raped as a minor.

 

The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS): 2010-2012 State Report, (CDC, April 2017)


The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces, among other statutes, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Title IX states that:

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Scope of Title IX

Title IX applies to institutions that receive federal financial assistance from ED, including state and local educational agencies. These agencies include approximately 16,500 local school districts, 7,000 postsecondary institutions, as well as charter schools, for-profit schools, libraries, and museums. Also included are vocational rehabilitation agencies and education agencies of 50 states, the District of Columbia, and territories and possessions of the United States.

U.S. Department of Education - https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/tix_dis.html


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Government and Municipalities Pricing


One Live Session $1,500 Per Day


One Full Day Webinar Session $1,000 Per Day

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