ARP Programming for Middle Schoolers

Appalachian Replication Project

Anchoring Hope is partnering with the Appalachian Replication Project out of James Madison University to provide important information to middle school students in grades 6-8! ARP provides a FREE version of Draw the Line/Respect the Line programming that students can complete at home — plus an accompanying module to help parents and caregivers feel more confident talking to their teens about sexual health. The information goes beyond sexual health and includes age-appropriate content based on grade level. Teens can learn about healthy relationships, appropriate boundaries, and how to speak up for themselves from the convenience of their homes!

You can check out ARP’s website and sign your child up HERE!

You can contact the awesome people at ARP through the following methods: jmuarp@jmu.edu 540-830-2721

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