Evidence-based health and well-being for entire populations.

Anger and Violence in Youth

The Transtheoretical Model has proven effective at helping change many different types of behavior, including teen violence, sexual assault, and domestic abuse.1

Juvenile Delinquency and Substance Abuse

The RAYS (Rise Above Your Situation) program is a stage-matched online program that integrates best practices from existing evidence-based programs for justice involved youth and substance abusers, and helps juvenile justice and social service professionals to set personal goals and interventions for their clients.

Bullying Prevention

Stand Up: A Program to Prevent Bullying, adapted from the evidence-based Teen Choices program, focuses exclusively on the prevention of bullying in peer relationships. The 3-session program encourages using healthy relationship skills, and taking a stand to stop bullying when students observe it.

Dating Violence, Peer Violence Prevention

Teen Choices A Program for Healthy, Nonviolent Relationships is a 3-session computer tailored intervention that includes questions, individualized feedback, videos, and personal stories designed to educate, motivate, and inspire students to use healthy relationship skills to improve their relationships and stay violence-free. Online sessions last 25-30 minutes.

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