Coaching Boys Into Men Yearbook 2018
Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) is an evidence-based program that provides high school athletic coaches with the tools they need to address critical topics with their players: respectful relationships with dating partners, consent and what to do if a player witnesses harassment or sexual assault.
The CBIM curriculum consists of a series of structured coach-to-athlete discussions that guide coaches using core lessons taught in athletics as the platform to start these conversations. The program empowers athletes, who are often leaders in school culture, to model healthy, respectful behaviors for their peers.
In 2018, 283 coaches implemented the program with 1,832 athletes on 63 teams in 31 schools and 3 community programs in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Check out our progress to date in the Coaching Boys Into Men 2018 Yearbook.