Local Crisis Line: (907) 276-7273 Statewide Crisis Line: (800) 478-8999 Business Line: (907) 276-7279
1057 W. Fireweed Lane, Suite 230 Anchorage, AK 99503 email@example.com
"Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication. Your presentations were very powerful and meaningful for the students!"
Government Hill Elementary
Topics available correlate with modern issues facing Alaskans today, including:
• Sexual Assault and Consent
• Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
• Healthy Relationships/Dating Violence
• Teen Dating Violence
• Child Sexual Abuse: Prevention and Response
• Underserved Populations (including GLBTQ)
• Vulnerable Adults
• Mandated Reporting Training
• Vicarious Trauma
• How Can I Help?
• Bystander Awareness and Intervention
These presentations give attendees a chance to learn more about topics that interest them personally or professionally while contributing to the overall safety of our community. After all, education is prevention!
Presentations are typically an hour in length but vary based upon material requested and are provided for the nominal fee of $15 per person (minimum of 4 people required). If you cannot cover the costs associated with a presentation please do not let it stop you from inquiring about an educational opportunity! Partner agencies and programs in which STAR has a reciprocating training agreement do not pay regular presentation fees. In addition, we have an in-house scholarship program available for non-profits and other groups that can cover the charges if they are an obstacle to your agency receiving STAR’s Educational services.
Presentations can be held at STAR's office located at 1057 W. Fireweed Lane in Anchorage or at your office. If you have questions about STAR Education or would like to schedule a presentation please email firstname.lastname@example.org or calling STAR at (907) 276-7279.
"STAR has been a great resource for our staff to add to our child safety knowledge."
Vice President of Programs, Big Brother Big Sisters
STAR provides engaging and affordable educational opportunities to community members on a variety of topics designed to build awareness, heighten involvement and start conversations that have the potential to lower violence in Anchorage.
The best form of prevention is education...learn more about personal and community safety with STAR
Providing options, support and information to Alaskans affected by sexual violence for more than 40 years.