T-RAPP is our primary teen and young adult parent-to-peer educator model program. Teen parents provide each other with peer support, taking on leadership roles and acting as outreach workers.
The program includes four components: peer counseling, peer education, community education and teen peer groups. Services include classroom education; school and community presentations at youth and family fairs/forums; one-to-one education; peer educator support groups; and counseling.
T-RAPP serves middle school and high school students from the San Francisco Unified School District. The program works closely with SFUD to provide teen-parent peer education in classrooms throughout the city.
Teen Resources to Achieve Positive Practices (T-RAPP)
2730 Bryant Street, 1st Floor
San Francisco, CA 94110
Ahide Palomera, Program Supervisor
For inquiries, please contact:
Daphina Melbourne-Marshall, Health Liaison and Outreach Coordinator
Ph: 415.474.7310 ext. 516