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Curricula

This page contains curricula, or links to curricula, for a variety of different projects housed here at the PRC. Several focus on nutrition education, obesity prevention, positive youth development, and youth mental health.

For more information bout our curriculum, please contact Dr. Linda Peñaloza.

Programs:

  • Pathways
  • Child Health Initiative for Lifelong Eating and Exercise (CHILE) Plus
  • Risk and Resiliency Assessment Project for Students toolkit (RAPS) [PDF]
  • E-Thrive - This 5-year program was completed in September of 2009, and is a community-based participatory research project that seeks to promote the mental health and well-being of American Indian youth by addressing violence exposure and historical and chronic trauma. This project is based within our school-based health centers, which were founded in 1983 to increase the accessibility of medical services, mental health services, and prevention services to students in three American Indian communities in New Mexico. As part of this endeavor, the program has published periodic material towards the education of and about the program's activities and successes.

    For more information about E-Thrive, please contact Jessica Goodkind at (505) 277-2002 or jgoodkin@unm.edu.