Sexual Risk Avoidance Education Program
The purpose of the Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Program is to fund projects to implement sexual risk avoidance education that teaches participants how to voluntarily refrain from non-marital sexual activity. SRAE Programs also teach the benefits associated with:
success sequencing for poverty prevention
resisting sexual coercion
avoiding dating violence
resisting youth risk behaviors such as:
illicit drug use
Grantees use an evidenced based approach and/or effective strategies to educate youth on how to avoid risks that could lead to non-marital sexual activity. SRAE projects are implemented using a Positive Youth Development (PYD) framework as part of risk avoidance strategies, to help participants build healthy life skills, develop individual protective factors that reduce risks, empower youth to make healthy decisions, and provide tools and resources to prevent, pregnancy and STI. Linking program participants to services provided by local community partners that support the safety and well-being of youth is also a key component to the program.
$75 incentive available for completing the ten (10) hour course!
Must be 13-19 and reside in Brunswick, Duplin, Edgecombe, Halifax, Hoke, Nash, Onslow, Randolph, Robeson, Scotland, Swain, Wilson Counties.
Partners & Referrals
Partners may earn a stipend for recommending 10 students or more. Additional paid incentives available per referral. Contact us for more information.
Teen Participation Criteria
Participate in the full 10 hrs of virtual curriculum training. Complete Entry and Exit Survey
Receive a $50.00 WalMart
Become a Peer Ambassador - all you have to do is help your peers!!
Earn more gift cards and incentives!!
Recruit teens 13-19 years of age (no exceptions)
Collect a parent (permission) volunteer form for each teen prior to teen attending sessions
Remind your teen recruits to identify your agency from the dropdown list on the registration form to ensure credit to your agency.
Send the registration link to all teens or the program manager to register each teen.
EACH TEEN MUST HAVE THEIR OWN UNIQUE EMAIL ADDRESS. NO EXCEPTIONS