School-Based Education (RAPP)

Raising Awareness of Personal Power (RAPP)

RAPP is a school-based suicide education and prevention program.  It teaches students signs of depression, suicidal warning signs, and how to help themselves or a friend. These interactive presentations are usually given as part of the health class curriculum. RAPP has been offered in the school system since 1992, and we currently speak with over 4,000 students each year. The Alliance for Suicide Prevention provides this free service for middle and high schools in Larimer County.

Interested in becoming a presenter? Fill out the volunteer form here or Contact Us for more information on how to become a presenter or to schedule a presentation.