Currently, No Means NO is being presented to middle and high school students, as well as adults (parents, faculty & staff and community groups) in the following districts and areas: 

-Canutillo               
​-Clint
-El Paso                   
​​-Fabens
-San Elizario
​-Socorro
-Ysleta
-Region 19
-Religious Institutions
-Private Sectors
-El Paso Catholic Diocesan Schools
   No Means NO discusses:

-Healthy Relationships

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-Legal definition of sexual intercourse
      ​(genital, oral and anal)

​​-Legal definition of sexual assault/rape

​-Local statistics

​-Age of consent laws (when you can legally  consent to have sex)

-Legal consequences surrounding sexual assault,
​ describes real life cases from the El Paso area

​-Dating violence - definition and some of the  warning signs

-Laws and dangers surrounding texting and  "sexting"

​-Internet safety and Improper photography 

​-What to do if sexually assaulted

​-Prevention tips

​-Taking responsibility for behavior and actions
 Additional information:

~Presentations are free of charge​
~​No Means NO is a grantee of the Paso del Norte Health    Foundation under the TWO SHOULD KNOW initiative..

~No Means NO is supported by the Center Against Family  Violence, the El ​Paso Police Department, the El Paso County  Sheriff’s Office and the ​Advocacy Center for the Children of El  Paso
~Presentations are blunt and use language that is familiar among  teenagers
~Presentations are interactive and provide ample time for  questions and ​answers
~Participants may be asked to complete an anonymous  survey/program ​evaluation
~Every participant receives an informational brochure with  helpful numbers ​and tips
~Presentations are for students, parents, faculty & staff and  community ​groups
~Presentations are available in English or Spanish
~Presentations are available for Special Ed students