Licensing Partners

Glasgow Police Department - glasgow, Montana

The Children's Listening Place - Parkersburg, West Virginia

The William W. Barnes Children's Advocacy Center - Claremore, Oklahoma

Child Advocacy Center of Cayuga County - auburn, new york

Savar of cayuga counseling services - auburn, new york

Barren River Area Child Advocacy Center - Bowling green, Kentucky

Council for the prevention of child abuse & Neglect - Jackson county, Michigan

Youth & Family services of hughes and seminole counties - Wewoka, oklahoma

Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center - East Norriton, Pennsylvania

Licensing information

The CARE Center began licensing its child-focused education program, ROAR, in August 2018 to companies, agencies, schools, and organizations. The curriculum package is reasonably priced and provides high-value content to educate children on personal body safety and empower children to speak up against abuse. 

The licensed curriculum package includes a program guide, co-branded electronic course materials for print, training, support, and established outcome measurement tools. 

The cost for the program is $3,000 for three years. 

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"We chose this evidence-based program to use as a tool in our community to help empower our children to speak up about abuse and know good boundaries as they learn to become healthy and productive members of society."​

Glasgow Police Department - Glasgow, Montana

"We searched for the perfect program for nearly four years. We can't wait to implement ROAR in our community."

The Children's Listening Place - Parkersburg, West Virginia

"The ROAR program is a great asset to our teachers, students, and community. We, as a school, had been looking for a curriculum that was child-friendly, easy to remember, and taught the elements of safety our students needed to know. This curriculum meets each of those standards. We are excited about the training it provides for teachers and students alike. The ROAR acronym keeps the subject simple, catchy and easily remembered."

The William W. Barnes Children's Advocacy Center - Claremore, Oklahoma

“After researching multiple prevention programs, we chose ROAR because it was an evidence based program created by a child advocacy center. In the past, we have conducted child abuse prevention education for adults, but we wanted to start training young children on body safety and speaking up about abuse. ROAR features fun characters teaching important and age appropriate content, and we are thrilled to begin implementing this program in our community!”

Barren River Area Child Advocacy Center - Bowling Green, Kentucky

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