Guiding youth to lead healthy and safe lives.
LifeSmart Youth Programs

We Start the Important Conversations

Whether the topic is puberty, sex, bullying, or dating, it can be difficult to get through to kids and help them understand their changing bodies and how their current decisions can affect their future selves. LifeSmart Youth has developed several programs that engage students on these very subjects, tackling the questions that are the most difficult to answer and the issues that are the most awkward to broach.

“The information provided to students is incredibly relevant and delivered in a way that is non-judgemental. I like the fact/truth based approach rather than using scare tactics to inform decision making. The presenter answered all student questions honestly.”

Abuse & Bullying Prevention

After-School Safety Matters™

After School Safety Matters™ is a comprehensive, evidence-based curriculum for elementary school students in grades K-5. The program educates and empowers children and all relevant adults with information and strategies to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, all types of abuse, and digital abuse dangers.

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Healthy Relationships


Our CARE program, Communicating with And Respecting Each other, helps teens learn how to communicate effectively in romantic relationships. Developed in collaboration with the Domestic Violence Network, the program addresses teen dating violence prevention and focuses on all dating relationships, whether they are impacted by violence or not.

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Human Growth & Development

Human Growth & Development

While parents and guardians are the ones who ultimately teach their children to value their bodies and relationships, they do not always have all the facts they need to discuss the nuances of human growth and development. LifeSmart Youth offers age-appropriate, gender-specific, medically-accurate programs that teach students how to take care of their growing bodies—especially during the turbulent years of puberty.

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Pregnancy & STD Prevention

Rights, Respect, Responsibility (3Rs)

Rights, Respect, Responsibility (3Rs) provides middle school students with the knowledge, confidence, and skills necessary to remain sexually abstinent, thus eliminating their risk of STDs and teen pregnancy. In direct alignment with the National Sexuality Education Standards and National Health Education Standards as a proven, evidence-informed curriculum, 3Rs is an eight-session program that is medically accurate, age-appropriate, and free of social biases.

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