With the Jessica Ridgeway story in the news right now, we thought it would be a good time for us to post…Read More
Bullying – a definition
Despite the many recent high profile news stories and general feeling that finally bullying is finally on the radar for schools, parents, law enforcement and social…Read More
This October 18th, join d-RAP, the White House, and community leaders from across the country as we celebrate teens and youth who are successfully living “above the influence,”…Read More
Peer pressure is one of the most subtle and insidious influences on your teen’s life. It can take on forms that don’t seem obviously negative: just your kids’ friends trying to get…Read More
I’m not sure. What can I do?
First of all, it’s natural for you to feel threatened or even angry at your friend for asking this question. So feel it. Wallow in it.…Read More
Prescription drug abuse dramatically on the rise in Colorado
Have you talked to your teens about staying away from cigarettes, alcohol and illegal drugs? Good. Pat yourself on the back for…Read More
Youth Led. Youth Driven.
The d-RAP Youth Council is a youth led, youth driven group dedicated to improving and enhancing the health and well-being of Denver teens and the people who love them.
Come… Read More
In 2001, the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA) launched Family…Read More