Stronger Families Project

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The Stronger Families Project goal is to build a positive relationship between family members, especially between parents and their youth. This is done by providing a healthy and safe environment for families with included dinner to increase family dialogue and discussion of topics that may be too difficult to have at home. These conversations are about peer pressure, stress, and in what ways youth and parents can work together to reach their goals individually and as a family.

    Features of the Program

  • Prepares families for the transition to the teen years

  • Parents and youth learn together

  • Videos portray parent-child interaction

  • User friendly materials

  • Fun, interactive projects and activities

  • Used cross-culturally

  • Rigorously evaluated

  • This 8 week virtual program now includes free dinner

AZYP's Stronger Families Project is... 

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RX360

Included in our 8 week cohort we provide free substance abuse trainings to help parents and youth be more informed on the current opioid crisis.

Rx360 is a research-based curriculum to raise awareness of the Rx problem, the risks of misuse, resistance strategies, and methods for proper storage and disposal.

RX360 has three different modules: Youth (middle/high school), Parents, and Community.

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Statistics and information displayed are from the Arizona Department oh Health website. https://www.azdhs.gov/opioid/

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For more information about the strengthening Families Program Curriculum please visit Iowa State University Extension by clicking the button below 

Our Locations:

Services are provided statewide either in person or through virtual programming throughout the state of Arizona.

If you are interested in seeing one of our programs at your location

please contact us. 

Contact:
Anaiz Acosta
520.719.2007

Anaiz@AZYP.org