The Risk/Resiliency Assessment Project for Students (RAPS) is a positive youth-development project that puts public-health data in young people’s hands and empowers them to engage adults at their school and in their community to change troubling statistics, as well as celebrate their strengths demonstrated in the data.

RAPS is expanding to new schools and community organizations beginning in fall 2014.

For more information about RAPS, contact Dr. Linda Peñaloza, Principal Investigator at (505) 272-4462 or lpenaloza@salud.unm.edu or visit our website at raps.youthrisk.org/

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