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About DART

About <strong>DART</strong> Defense

DART’s Mission:

People Have the Right to Live Free of Violence. DART Works Towards This Goal by Offering Courses in Violence Prevention and Violence Management for Dating, Workplace, Stalking and Personal Safety Situations.

More About DART

DART’s violence prevention courses were designed by experienced personal safety experts and educators to be practical, effective, and easily learned and retained.

Currently, DART provides online workshops by trained and professional DART instructors. Check out the Courses Section for more details.

All of DART's violence prevention courses are constantly updated as society and technology change. DART conducts exit evaluations after each DART workshop and provides the results to clients.

Meet the DART Team

Guiding Principles For DART Training

Active Learning

All DART violence prevention training incorporates active learning principles where techniques taught are practiced and appropriate scenarios employed.

Continuous Improvement

DART believes that evaluation and feedback are essential to quality training. By employing consistent evaluation and feedback procedures, DART is able to improve and fine-tune its program over time.

All Of DART’s Violence Prevention Courses Can Be Customized To Your Needs.

DART has taught violence prevention workshops for many different organizations, including those focusing on human services. It has also conducted site safety audits, helped organizations improve their workplace safety policies, taught train-the-trainer classes for interested clients, and taught personal safety classes (Fight Back 101).

DART Fight Back 101

Client List

  • Attention Homes
  • Boulder Community Hospital
  • Boulder County Health Department
  • Calvary United Methodist Church in Colorado Springs
  • City of Westminster
  • City of Lakewood (through the recreation department and to staff)
  • Clinica Family Health Centers
  • Colorado Plains Medical Center
  • Community Health
  • Estes Park Medical Center
  • Ft. Carson/National Homeland Defense Fund
  • Friends First
  • Girl Scouts Mile Hi Council & Individual Troops
  • Inn Between
  • Turning Point Center for Youth & Family Development
  • Colorado Community Health Network
  • Kremmling Memorial Hospital
  • Kroenke Sports/The Pepsi Center
  • Laradon
  • McKee Medical Center
  • Metro Community Provider Network
  • National Charity League
  • North Colorado Medical Center
  • Vail Valley Medical Center
  • Peak Vista Community Health Centers
  • Platte Valley Medical Center
  • Special Transit
  • Salud Family Health Centers
  • Sterling Regional Medical Center
  • St. Vrain Valley School District
  • Town of Superior (through the recreation department)
  • A Woman’s Place