Our mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families affected by sexual abuse through education and intervention.
- A program to teach children they have the right to be safe.
- The Yello Dyno program uses music, songs and videos to teach children how to recognize deceptive behaviors, trust their feelings and build confidence to say no when they are asked to do something that makes them feel uncomfortable.
YOU can become a Yello Dyno volunteer!
This rewarding program is taught by volunteers. You will receive a half day training and the opportunity to observe others teaching the program.
Schools where Yello Dino is now being taught:
- Colt Elementary
- Highland Lakes Elementary
- Spicewood Elementary
- Llano Elementary
- Packsaddle Elementary
- Burnet Elementary
- Shady Grove Elementary
- Bertram Elementary
- Blanco Elementary
- LBJ Elementary
- Hope School
- Cherokee Elementary
- San Saba Elementary
- Lampasas Elementary
Soon to be in:
To hear the Tricky People song click here.
We currently teach classes in four counties and our goal is to have the program being taught in all the eight counties we serve. For more information about the Yello Dyno program and how you can be involved or to request it be taught in your school, contact: Jane Price or Pam Rodgers 512-756-2607 Or email to Jane Price.