School-Based Programs

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Relationship Education

Nu-CULTURE (pronounced “new culture”) is the Healthy Futures classroom-based relationship education program for grades 6-8. Dedicated to Cultivating Urban Leaders Through Unique Relationship Education, this program provides youth with the tools and resources needed to make and maintain healthy choices and be positive role models in their communities. Nu-CULTURE is a 24 session program developed by Healthy …

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Bullying Prevention

Healthy Futures offers bullying prevention education at a classroom level or as an assembly. Healthy Futures bullying lessons are designed to: Increase students’ knowledge of different types of bullying (e.g., physical, verbal, or cyberbullying). Increase students’ knowledge of the risks and dangers associated with being a bully, being a victim …

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Dating Violence Prevention

Choose Respect, the Healthy Futures dating violence prevention program, uses content from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Choose Respect initiative. Choose Respect is designed to help students form healthy relationships and prevent dating abuse before it starts. Healthy Futures implements Choose Respect over two class sessions. Session 1 Introduction to …

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Mental Health Promotion

Teen Stress: Time to ACT is the Healthy Futures mental health promotion program based on medically accurate material on teen stress, depression, and suicide prevention. These mental health promotion sessions use video content and the peer-to-peer help-seeking model from the award winning, nationally recognized Screening for Mental Health® program designed for middle school …

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After School & Summer Programs

Rhymin’ it Write (RIW) is the Healthy Futures after-school program for middle school students. Using poetry, writing, and other forms of artistic expression, students discuss steps to good decision making, how to set limits and boundaries, and healthy relationships. RIW is a 10-week after-school program culminating in a final presentation that demonstrates what the …

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Assemblies

Healthy Futures develops fun, engaging, and informative assemblies in partnership with school administrators and/or teachers to meet the unique needs of schools and students. Healthy Futures has experience presenting all-school or grade-specific assemblies on a variety of topics including bullying, conflict resolution, and the bystander effect. Contact Healthy Futures to discuss the needs of …

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Parent Programs

True Connections is the Healthy Futures parent education program.True Connections uses the evidence-based Active Parenting program. True Connections sessions are held at schools or in the community with the goal of increasing parents’ capacity to parent using active listening, honest communication, and problem solving. It teaches parents to use natural and logical …