At the Robert Crown Center for Health Education (RCC), we provide the information and tools to lead, educate and motivate youth toward healthy, happy, safe lives. We deliver developmentally-appropriate health education for students grades K-12. Educators employ interactive, cutting-edge techniques to engage students as they reach each program’s public health learning objectives.

RCC educators create a safe environment for learners to explore sensitive, but important topics such as puberty, peer pressure, body image, obesity, drug abuse prevention and sex education. Our programs are student-centered, aimed at increasing knowledge, dispelling common myths and providing tools to help youth make healthy decisions.