Partner in Prevention Program Details
How Does an Organization Qualify?
A Partner in Prevention is an organization or business that has committed the time and effort to educate themselves on how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. An Honorary Partner in Prevention is an organization or business that does not directly serve youth, but has committed the time and effort to the prevention effort in their community.
An organization or business qualifies for Partner in Prevention or Honorary Partner in Prevention distinction by meeting the qualifications listed below.
If an organization has multiple locations, each location must meet the qualifications. Alternatively, each location may apply separately as they meet the qualifications.
For organizations or businesses that directly serve youth:
For organizations or businesses that DO NOT provide direct services to youth:
How the Program Works
Partner in Prevention distinction is an annual distinction. Organizations that apply and are approved are recognized as a D2L Partner in Prevention for a period of one year. The organization is given a dated Partner in Prevention emblem to display at their facility, place on their website, and use on printed materials. The emblem is a sign to the community that the organization has made a commitment to prevention and has put measures in place to prevent child sexual abuse in their organization and in their community.
Partners in Prevention Receive:
Partner status must be renewed annually by submitting an updated application.
Who Can Apply?
An organization or business may apply directly to D2L using the Partner in Prevention Application or a D2L Authorized Facilitator may submit an application on an organization's behalf.
Instructions for Applying