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AFFILIATE partners


Are you tired of facilitating a curriculum developed in the 1990's or a "once and done" prevention strategy that doesn't work? If so, our  Early Adopter Affiliate partnership is for you! 


BLOOM365 now offers a highly interactive and comprehensive training program for non-organizations, schools and other entities who desire to implement our teen dating abuse and sexual violence prevention and intervention strategies outside of our benchmark regions within Maricopa County, Arizona and within the continental U.S.  

Early Adopter Affiliates are trained and granted the licensing usage rights to facilitate the BringLove365 7-Dose Curriculum and Peer Support Group curricula.

The first step in becoming an Early Adopter Affiliate is to complete an application and schedule an information session to review the “Educate,” “Advocate,” and “Activate” components of the BringLove365 strategy.

An early adopter affiliate is an organization or advocacy group who adopts bloom365's 3-Step education, advocacy and activism innovations early on and is the first to implement BringLove365 in their region. Staff and volunteers from early adopter partner organizations are trained and certified to facilitate and test the fidelity of BringLove365 in their local schools and communities. Facilitator trainees are usually victim advocates, prevention educators or activists from:

·  DV/SA Prevention & Advocacy Organizations

·  School Districts

·  Law Enforcement Agencies

·  Military Installations

·  City/County/State Governments

·  Youth Leadership Councils

·  Youth-Centered Advocacy Groups

·  Parent Teacher Organizations 

Together, we are removing the help seeking barriers faced by young survivors of domestic/sexual/teen dating violence through education, advocacy and activism in schools and communities. 

#UprootAbuse #BringLove365

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Heather Hurley Foundation

Brooklyn, NY

The Heather Hurley Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to educating the community on domestic abuse. Founder, Nicole Sharpe, is bringing the promising practice Bloom It Up solution into schools and grassroots organizations throughout Brooklyn to ensure teens have the knowledge, confidence, support and skills to uproot abuse. 



Nicole Sharpe

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Powell County Victim Witness

Powell County, MT

The Powell County Office of Victim Assistance assists victims of crime as they navigate and participate in the criminal justice system. The advocates have partnered with Law Enforcement to bring Bloom It Up to Powell County youth.

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Victim-Witness Advocate
(406) 846-9703


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Maricopa Police Department

City of Maricopa, AZ

The Maricopa Police Department is partnering with local middle and high schools to implement Bloom It Up within the city to educate teens  to cultivate healthy and safe relationships, free of abuse and violence.

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Community Programs Manager


Mary Witkofski

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