These programs have been designed by national anti-violence groups, state domestic violence coalitions, or local community-based groups across the country. Most represent grassroots attempts to engage men and boys to end sexual and intimate partner violence.
Men Can Stop Rape's youth development program, the Men of Strength Club, is the country's premier primary violence prevention program for mobilizing young men to prevent sexual and dating violence. The Men of Strength Club, or MOST Club, provides young men with a structured and supportive space to build individualized definitions of masculinity that promote healthy relationships.
Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) Coaches Kit by Futures Without Violence (Revised 2011) provides coaches with an easy to follow 12-week curriculum, which includes the CBIM Card Series, the CBIM Playbook, and additional References & Resources to support program implementation. The new version of the Coaches Kit includes additional resources for coaches, as well as two new lessons on Digital Disrespect and Understanding Consent.