Rikers Health Advocacy Program (RHAP) - INACTIVE
Stephen Magura, Ph.D.
The program was designed for high-risk youth in an institutionalized setting. The program was evaluated in a reception and detention facility.
1580 W. El Camino Real, Suite 8
Mountain View, CA 94040
- General health
- HIV and AIDS
- Drug abuse and its consequences
- Sexual behavior, health, and HIV/AIDS-risk behaviors
- Strategies for seeking health and social services
- Identification of and reflection on high-risk attitudes and behaviors
The following program materials are available through the distributor:
- RHAP User's Guide
- Protocol Handbook
- Newsletter reprint from March 2003 (Transitions)
- Fidelity toolkit
- Prevention Minimum Evaluation Data Set (PMEDS)
- Local Evaluator Consultant Network Directory
- Original Evaluation Instruments
While a free sample curriculum is not available, providers may purchase an automatic digital download of the user’s guide to review program components, core competencies for facilitators, and scientific evidence of effectiveness. If providers decide to purchase the program, the price of the download is deducted.