Stay Safe Online

Now, more than ever, we recognize the importance of helping protect each other online. COVID-19 has increased the amount of time we spend interacting on screens and that means an increased danger of exploitation.

While we recognize the internet is always changing, we have learned some things over the years that we would love to share with you. Please use these resources and share them with others to help ensure that we can all stay safe during these trying times!

Register now to take this class on your own schedule

Resources for Online Safety

For Parents

For Youth

In normal times, we offer in-person classes for youth!

(Contact us directly to be put on a waiting list.)


Read more about this class and view an outline from Love 146’s Not a Number. Joining this group is a powerful way to learn to advocate for yourself, your friends and your community.

What is “Not a Number?” (5 mins. video)
Why is “Not a Number” needed?  (1 min. video


Who should register? Guys and girls ages 12-18 who want to learn how to advocate for freedom in the central valley.

Can parents / adults attend with their kids? No, this class is intended for youth only. We do have a corresponding class with similar cirriculum for parents and caregivers. (Also our staff is happy to share with you more details and let you view the cirriculum ahead of time. Just ask!)

Upon completing registration we will contact you. Parent or gaurdian consent is required for this class.

Contact us for scholarshop information (Class fee is $25 for 5 sessions, sessions not offered separately).


My Life My Choice

This program is specifically for girls (around the ages 12-19) and is used as both a prevention and intervention cirriculum. We currently run this program at the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Campus, and have also run it for group homes, schools and churches. Contact our office for more info on bringing this program to your group or referring a student. Learn more about My Life My Choice