There are 18 total posts tagged with “Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum”
National Stress Awareness Month has taken place every April since its first launch in 1992.
This campaign aims to highlight the causes of stress,…
A specific plan of action for life after high school makes it more likely that someone will follow through.
Module 13: Internet Safety and Fun
Throughout this blog series, you have learned that there are many reasons why youth run away, and issues related to sexuality and sexual orientation are certainly among them.
It’s important to remember that consequences affect not only the person using drugs or alcohol but also others, including family and friends.
When you consider the number of possible stressors, it’s easy to understand how quickly a crisis can form.
Module 9: Anger Management
Anger is defined as “a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.” This seems like a simple definition,…
Learn more about our latest presentation at this national conference for education professionals.
Module 8: Community Response and Responsibility
Module 6: Runaway Reality gives youth a chance to explore data about youth who runaway, discuss issues that runaway youth face, and even hear a real story of a runaway.
Module 5: Families – Roles and Responsibilities
In 2015, 35% of our contacts identified the main issue they were reaching out had to do with family…
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By Lindsey Kahney
Introducing our new blog series on our Runaway Prevention Curriculum, Let’s Talk.
Learn more about our newest version of “Let’s Talk.”
NRS’ runaway prevention curriculum, Let’s Talk is updated for 2015!
Based on the needs of teachers and administrators, social…
Perspectives Charter School Named Runaway Prevention Curriculum Program of the Month March 2014
The Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum is…
The Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum is an evidence-based, interactive, 14-module life skills curriculum. In February 2014, based off data…