Girls RAP is an empowerment program that works with 12-18 years olds girls who are involved (or at-risk of becoming involved) in the juvenile justice system or have an unsuccessful relationship with school. We support youth by sharpening their social/emotional skills to make positive life choices, resolve conflict and build healthy relationships with peers and adults.
Girls RAP participants complete 10-12 weeks of empowerment programming, receive individualized case management or goal support and receive 12 months of aftercare support. Youth who complete the program show increased social/emotional regulation skills and demonstrate a positive attitude toward life and learning.
Thanks to Girls RAP, our youth within the Greater Twin Cities are empowered with the strength, support and knowledge needed to make more responsible choices and achieve social, emotional, educational and physical well-being.
For more information, on the Girls RAP program and how it’s empowering youth across the city, please contact DaVonna Rucker at email@example.com or call 612-215-4123.