LVF In Our Schools



LVF In Our Schools

As this generation begins their journey, we want them to have the healthy relationships they deserve.

Classroom-Based Programs

Our prevention programs are tailored to children’s age groups to begin the conversations and teach them how to exemplify positive and healthy relationships.
Child Abuse Prevention Education is our school-based program for preventing child abuse and is taught in kindergarten, first, and fourth grades. The program, at age-appropriate levels, introduces what abuse is and teaches boundaries, good and bad touch, good and bad secrets, and how to report abuse.
Expect Respect is our school-based program for preventing teen dating violence and promoting safe and healthy relationships. Expect Respect is a comprehensive prevention program designed to raise awareness of dating violence, teach skills for healthy relationships, develop youth leadership, and increase safety and respect on the South Tahoe Middle School and South Tahoe High School campuses.
One Love is our school-based program in Alpine County. It educates young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships, empowering them to identify and avoid abuse, and learn how to love better. One Love engages young people with powerful films and honest conversation. Through workshops and peer-to-peer discussions, the program offers a framework that helps students spread the message online and in their communities.

Youth Leadership Clubs

What is the Youth Leadership Club?

Live Violence Free’s Youth Leadership Club is offered at South Tahoe Middle School and South Tahoe High School. Students attend weekly meetings and participate in monthly trainings and activities while learning the following skills:

Student Spotlight

How Oppression Affects Teen Dating Violence

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One of our amazing high school youth leaders, Mars Alcamo, created this impactful video on the topic of Oppression and Teen Dating Violence.

Kindness Challenge

“How do we change the world? One random act of kindness at a time.” Our remarkable middle school youth leaders believe kindness is a choice and they want to inspire students, teachers, and families to choose kindness by participating in the Kindness Challenge 2021. The challenge runs from February through May and everyone is invited to participate.

One Love Is

Our incredible high school youth leaders created a project for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. They were asked to complete this statement: Love Is ….
How Do I Join?

For questions or to sign up for the Youth Leadership Club, please complete this form:

When Does the Club Meet?
  • At South Tahoe Middle School, we meet Wednesdays from 2:15 pm-3:00 pm via Zoom
  • At South Tahoe High School, we meet Tuesdays from 1:00 pm-1:45 pm via Zoom
Upcoming Activities


Guest speaker will discuss Domestic Violence and hold group Q&A.


Self-Care training/workshops LGBTQIA+ support and being an ally with LGBTQIA speaker and workshop.


Training on policy: How do we effect policy in our community, advocate for change?


Peer support and being an ALLY workshops.


Teen Dating Violence Media Campaigns Guest speaker will discuss their experience with Teen Dating Violence and hold Q&A.


Healthy relationships, breakups, friendships and how to uphold healthy relationships for yourself and others.


Campus-wide social media campaign . projects, workshops and guest speakers.


Leadership, and fun end of year events to close out our first virtual club year!

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1st Annual

One Conversation Conference

Live Violence Free Presents the 1st Annual Virtual One Conversation Conference on May 20, 2022. 

The conference is focused on trauma & victim services. We encourage clinicians, therapists, social service professionals, victim advocates, educators, and students to attend.

Earn Continuing Education Credits & Register Today!

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