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Prevention Curriculum for Latinx Youth & Families

The Rape Recovery Center is excited to announce the publication of our “Nuestras Familias, Nuestra Salud/ Our Families, Our Health” sexual violence prevention curriculum. This project was a labor of love, co-created by our incredible team of educators through funding from the Utah Department of Health. Throughout 2017 and 2018 the Rape Recovery Center partnered with Centro De La Familia De Utah and Talk to a Survivor to pilot a 10 week program at the Glendale Community Learning Center, using the Nuestras Familias, Nuestra Salud curriculum to guide the programming. Read more about that program here.

View and download the “Nuestras Familias, Nuestra Salud/ Our Families, Our Health” curriculum in both English and Spanish by clicking the images below.

 Click to open “Nuestras Familias, Nuestra Salud” curriculum in Spanish.

Click to open “Nuestras Familias, Nuestra Salud” curriculum in Spanish.

 Click to open “Our Families, Our Health” curriculum in English.

Click to open “Our Families, Our Health” curriculum in English.

Thanks to Olga Hernandez-Favela, Stephany Murguia-Vega & Yajanetsy Ruano who co-wrote the content of the curriculum, with help and support from Alana Kindness (Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault), Angelica Archuleta (Rape Recovery Center), Emma Zevallos (Rape Recovery Center), Vicky Fuentes (Comunidades Unidas), and Yehemy Zavala (Comunidades Unidas).

If you have questions about using this curriculum in your community, please contact Stephany Murguia-Vega, Director of Education and Outreach at the Rape Recovery Center by email at s.murguia@raperecoverycenter.org or by phone at 801-467-7282 ext. 222.