Studies have shown that individuals from marginalized and isolated communities are more likely to be sexually/intimately violated. The Hive provides in depth sessions on the influence of stigmas, barriers, cultural, and societal intersectionalities within Communities of Color and its impact on survivors. Our goal is to ensure that marginalized and isolated communities are provided with tools, resources, and knowledge to address this systemic and generational epidemic.
The Hive Community Circle also partners with churches, local schools, institutions, community agencies, and health departments statewide to provide evidence-based preventative services to ensure that ALL communities are knowledgeable and equipped to address and prevent sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
Through informative engaging sessions particpants will learn the early warning signs of sexual assault, safe steps of protocol, and the importance of implementing healthy boundaries.
Our preventative dating violence program is geared towards high school and college students. Through interactive sessions, participants are provided with the fundamental knowledge and understanding of dating violence, victims’ rights, and additional local services in the community. College sessions also cover maintaining a healthy social life while excelling academically.
This preventative series covers topics such as the evolution of friendship and the different forms of bullying and online safety to reduce cyberbullying and sexting. Participants will learn preventative strategies, communication skills, and conflict resolution.
Our healthy choices curriculum educates participants on the dangers of engaging in risky behaviors such as premarital sex, drinking, smoking, drugs, sexting, promiscuity, and more. Participants learn the importance of self-worth, how to handle peer pressure, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.