If you've even skimmed our guide and feel moved to act, we want your help!
Teachers, Admins, & Education Professionals:
We hope this material will be formerly taught in Nevada's social studies or health classes one day, with teaching standards, content correlations, and the works. Until that day comes, we would still greatly appreciate your support by having the chance to distribute our books to your students. We'll provide free print-copies of Government, Adult Interactions, & You
and free pdf copies are always available on this mini-site, as well as the more student-friendly https://projectrealnv.org/relationships/
Please contact us to get this material into your school as quickly as possible.
Parents, Guardians & Other Concerned Citizens:
There is no cost
to any community that wishes to get the Government, Adult Interactions, & You
guide into the hands of the youth you'd like to help prepare for adult relationships. Our challenge is getting it into their hands! You can help by contacting school administrators, health & civics instructors, and even your state law makers. Asking them to help make sure this no-cost educational resource is readily available to Nevada's students can and will
have an impact if enough of you get involved. If you'd like to do more, please contact Project REAL to see how your energy can be put to
Other Invested Stakeholders:
Politicians, Activists, and Nonprofit Leaders from all across Nevada - we want to work with you! With invaluable input from SAFE House and Cupcake Girls, we've created a slim-yet-direct textbook filled with information that can save lives. The best part? It's free! While we may seek out funding support for print copies, there is no cost to downloading a free pdf, and we have made our guide available for use to all Nevadan's for free. There's no licensing fees, no barriers, no tricks. As some well known poets once said “The best things in life are free, but…”. We can make the book free, but it's potential for impact relies on you! Please, contact Project REAL to see how you can apply your influence and position in the community to protect Nevada's young people from the dangers of domestic violence this year, and for many years to come.