7. Who is using HRC?
The program is currently being used in a wide variety of applications in youth education. They include: juvenile offender institutions and programs, health centers, public schools (in Health, Family Studies, Counseling, Career and Life Management, and French Immersion courses) outreach programs in battered women's centers, sexual assault crisis centers, community youth centers, child welfare agencies, university-level teacher education classes, and parenting education classes. (See Organizations Update for a list of organization that have ordered HRC.)
8. What support is offered when I buy the program?
As the developers and publishers of HRC, we pride ourselves in offering personal service with every sale. We are eager to consult with you regarding implementation issues, and we are also happy to refer you to other professionals who are using the program either in your own discipline or in your geographical area. We welcome your inquiries and offer support to you by phone, fax or e-mail. You can also keep up-to-date on new curriculum and implementation developments through our newsletter and announcements on our Web site at: http://m4c.ns.ca. We are also pleased to discuss your requirements for staff training.
9. How much training do I need to use HRC?
The program is designed to be teacher friendly and many users report that they appreciate the "pick up and go" aspect of the program. Anyone who has teaching experience or who is experienced in working with youth will find this program easy to use. If your organization or school wishes to include staff training as part of an after-sale service provision we would be delighted to work with you to design a staff training session to meet your educators' specific needs and challenges.
10. What professional training experience do the developers have?
Since the second edition of HRC was published in 1994 we have hosted training sessions from coast to coast in North America. We have presented at conferences, to school board representatives, and to teachers in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Miami and Austin in the US, and in Vancouver, Kelowna, Winnipeg, Toronto, St. John's, Corner Brook, and throughout Nova Scotia in Canada.
The three members of the development team have over 35 years of collective experience in the field of education and/or violence prevention, and we continue to work in this field today.
What distinguishes HRC from other violence-prevention programs?
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How to purchase Healthy Relationships Curriculum
You can reach the developers and publishers of Healthy Relationships Curriculum through any of the following means:
Phone: (902) 457-4351
Fax: (902) 457-4597
We look forward to hearing from you.
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