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RAP-A Groups now offered at the QUT Health Clinic
We are now running RAP-A Groups for adolescents in Years
7 - 10. They will be run at the QUT Health Clinic. The first for this year starts on April 29th.

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Indigenous Adaptations of RAP

The RAP Indigenous Parent Program is an adaptation of RAP-P. The RAP-P program was not developed specifically for Indigenous families. While some of the main ideas are relevant, the adaptation of the program was required if it was to be relevant and useful for Indigenous communities.

There is also an Indigenous RAP-A Supplement. This manual is used in conjunction with the RAP-A Group Leaders Manual and provides guidelines for the adaptation of RAP-A for indigenous adolescents.

Cover of the RAP-A Indigenous Supplement booklet                              Cover of the RAP Indigenous Parent Program Group Leaders Manual