The RAPPP (Responsible Attitudes toward Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention) Program has a twofold mission:
To provide leadership, education, training, information, resources and support to professionals,
parents and organizations on adolescent health, teen pregnancy, parenting, and youth risk
To holistically engage youth to positively impact their family and community on issues of
adolescent heath, reproductive health, responsible parenting, reduction of risk behavior, civic and personal responsibility by encouraging and nurturing personal growth and realization of individual strengths and potential.
RAPP High School Reproductive Teen Pregnancy Prevention Curriculum (in schools)
RAPP101 (Middle/Junior High) Reproductive Teen Pregnancy Prevention Curriculum (in schools)
Making Proud Choices (Science based curriculum for use in and out of school)
Rights, Respect and Responsibility (Evidence based curriculum for grades K-12 for use in and out of school)
Teen Outreach Program (TOP) Science Based prevention curriculum utilizing youth development, community service and civic engagement (Works best in an out of school setting)
PRIDE 2.0 (Personal Responsibility through Intentional Development and Engagement) for adolescent minority males ages 12 through 21 – meets weekly for 4.5 hours includes prevention programming, community service, career exploration, character and skill development, field trips and meals.
40 DEVELOPMENTAL ASSETS TRAINING:
Positive Youth Development framework that encourages positive relationships for youth serving professionals, teachers, parents and in general anyone who interacts with youth on a regular basis.