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We've been published

Peer reviewed journal article on The Choice Game™ is published in Californian Journal of Health Promotion.

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Teens Are Talking

Every day you get pressure from every corner.  The Choice Game shows you that there is still hope.
Amber, 15

I told my mom, I think the Choice Game is going to change my life.
Keshonna, 18

I liked that it gave students the opportunity so they can feel that they are not alone.  There are actually people out there that understand them and there are actual people going through these situations. 
Eric, 15

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Overview

The Choice Game™ truly entertains while fulfilling the A through H requirements of the Department of Health and Human Services to help build strong moral decision making skills for young people within an interactive computer environment.

The story lines and the language help young people in each version make decisions and then deal with the consequences of their choices.  Celebrity actors like Stephen Baldwin, Joe Mantegna and Malcolm-Jamal Warner all help the young person to realize that today's decisions can have far reaching consequences. Even the most uninterested young people enjoy this creative and engaging new way of learning about what could happen to them and their friends.

 Each day our young people seem to be faced with more and more difficult and complex problems and decisions. Why not give them something that is fun and can help them make healthier choices while they are learning how to build brighter futures?

Midwest Version

Scene from Midwest Version

Using 95 percent Caucasian actors, the Midwest version of the The Choice Game™ educates students as they re-examine risk-taking behaviors in a contemporary way, including the benefits of abstinence/waiting for sex until marriage.

A nine-week curriculum has been developed for the classroom that can also be adjusted for shorter or longer terms. Each segment of the curriculum is modular and can be used in any order.

Topics include the family, resolving conflicts, teen pregnancy, peer pressure, self control, sexually transmitted diseases, drugs and alcohol, communication skills and honesty, fairness and respect for self and others.    ...more

Urban Version

Scene from Urban Version

The Urban version of The Choice Game™ is comprised of 55 percent African American actors, 24 percent Hispanic actors and the remaining are Caucasian.  Focus group input on scripts for character and situation authenticity ensure the game truly entertains and helps young people with their decision making skills. Emphasizes the importance of waiting for sex until marriage.

Topics include the family, resolving conflicts, teen pregnancy, peer pressure, self control, sexually transmitted diseases, drugs and alcohol, communication skills and honesty, fairness and respect for self and others.     ...more