In addition to the core elements of The Phoenix Curriculum and the Phoenix Gang Intervention Resources, we
provide a range of specific resources for girls programs.
As girls have a different pathway to gang involvement, this gender-specific curriculum is for female gang prevention and intervention. These gender-specific curriculum resources are appropriate for
both gang prevention with at-risk girls, and intervention for females who are involved with gang members or in gangs.
Designed for girls' groups, or for 1:1 use, these materials provide a range of gender-specific topics and issues for females.
They are appropriate for girls of middle school and high school ages.
Building, these gender-specific curriculum resources include elements that target risk factors, relationships, general delinquency, issues with prostitution, girls' self-image, appropriate role models,
women's health issues, as well as gang involvement. Gender-specific curriculum materials include:>
||Reducing Your Risk (for females between the ages of 15 and 22)
||This workbook addresses the "risk factors" approach to gang involvement and activity for females.
||What Do You Think? (women's materials)
||This series of 18 program activities is designed to facilitate participation, group cooperation, and self-disclosure.
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