National Runaway Safeline

Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum

The Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum is a free, interactive tool designed to help youth build life skills, increase knowledge about runaway resources, educate about alternatives to running away and encourage youth to access and seek help from trusted community members. The 14 module curriculum is evidence-based and developed for flexible delivery; it can be used in its entirety, as individual modules or to supplement other prevention strategies.

Most often, educators, social service providers and other youth-serving professionals use Let’s Talk with youth ages 10-20; however, the curriculum can be adapted to other age groups. We offer Let’s Talk in both English and Spanish.

Each module gives facilitators all the necessary information, including worksheets that correspond to the activities, as well as pre- and post-tests. Let’s Talk is currently being taught at sites in 42 states.

For more information and to download the Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum modules and tip sheets, visit www.1800RUNAWAY.org/letstalk.

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