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Prostitution Prevention Programs

 

Community Approach to Reducing Demand (CARD)

The Community Approach to Reducing Demand or CARD program is a program used to educate men.  The CARD program strives to reduce the demand for prostitutes by educating the customers.  The customers are mostly men and the program teaches them about the dangers of soliciting sex from prostitutes.  The cost of the program is $200.  There are eight different speakers that do the program and the fees pay for the speaker’s participation.  The CARD program is a 1 day six hour class.

Developing Alternative for Woman Now (DAWN)

The Developing Alternative for Woman Now or DAWN program is a program used to educate prostitutes.  The program is primarily for woman as most people arrested for prostitution are woman.  The DAWN program strives to provide woman with an exit from the world of prostitution.  There is no cost for the program.  The program is a series of 8 classes and each class last about an hour and half.

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