Imagine a community standing together against child abuse and exploitation including bullying, sex trafficking, sexting, sextortion, self-harm, suicide, and toxic relationships.
The Adopt-A-School program helps Power Over Predators engage students and parents, expand awareness, and enhance student experiences while creating exposure to and building relationships with local businesses and organizations.
Students receive vital prevention education on topics such as abuse, sex trafficking, bullying, suicide and toxic relationships through POP online, on-site, or hybrid program.
Parents are educated with an emphasis on how to connect with their kids and facilitate healthy supportive relationships through our 8-part parent video series.
Faculty and staff receive training that meets the federally mandated requirements
Teachers gain both professional development hours and CEU credits as they learn to recognize and address the severity of these issues among their students.
Plus, much more
Your contribution will provide students the resources and steps to equip themselves and others to protect their education goals and future by empowering them to speak up, get help, and prevent abuse and exploitation.
What kids are saying about our program
“I learned I have a reason for why I’m here and that my life matters.”
8th Grade Student
“Where has this been all my life?!? Now I know how to avoid toxic relationships!”
12th Grade Male
“I am going to be a better person to everyone around me and help as many people I can.”
11th Grade Female
“It helped me learn how to build healthy relationships.”
Power Over Predators is an evidence-based program that costs only $1500 per year or $125 per month to educate a school’s faculty, staff, entire student body, and parents – cost per user averages below $.50 (depending on the size of the school).
Power Over Predators is a non-profit organization that redirects all program revenue to educate children on the threats that can destroy their future. We strive to reach kids anyplace, anytime, anywhere. Our dream is to build communities where students have the courage and resources to get help for themselves, defend their peers, and are enabled to pursue their dreams and goals – instead of being manipulated and abused by the demands of others.