KIDZ Have Rights is the prevention program of the Children’s Assessment Center. Our program educates and empowers students, school staff, parents & caregivers to recognize, prevent, and stop child sexual abuse.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is teaching body safety the same thing as teaching reproductive health?
These are two different topics. KIDZ Have Rights (KHR) is a safety lesson. The focus is on educating children who Safe Adults are in their life and the different types of touch: Nurturing, Confusing, and Selfish.
Does KHR provide information for educators, parents and caregivers?
KHR recognizes the importance of educating school staff and parents/caregivers on the warning signs of child sexual abuse, how to respond to and report a disclosure of abuse, and how to have body safety conversations with children.
What have parents and teachers said about KIDZ Have Rights?
- “Very clear presentation! Easy for the kids to understand.”
- “Absolutely love the classroom presentations and the mini follow-up lessons. Your presenters are efficient, entertaining, engaging and non-threatening for the students. Thank you!.”
- “Another awesome year of KHR. Thank you for providing a kid-friendly program that teaches such an important topic.”
- “This is such an age appropriate program! As a parent, it is often difficult to gauge how much or how little information to share with my child. This program gave just enough to get our conversations started and was easy to put in context of our lives. Thank you!”
Funding for the 2016-2017 school year has been generously donated by:
Charles M. Gates Foundation
Matson Financial Group
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Foundation
Wolverine Worldwide Foundation
Baldwin Community Foundation
RMHC of Outstate MI
As well as individual donations.
If you have further questions, please contact KHR Prevention Program Manager, Tanya Muehlbauer, at 616.336.4265.