You wanna tell me your stupid drinking stories? 
Guess what.
I’m not listening. 

  • If you think alcohol makes you dance better…
    I’m not listening
  • If you tell me I need alcohol to have a good time…
    I’m not listening
  • If you think that puking at a party is cool…
    I’m not listening
  • If you think it’s cool to talk about how wasted you were last week…I’m not listening
  • If you think the only thing you can score is a 12 pack…
    I’m not listening
  • If you can’t remember how you got home last night…
    I’m not listening
  • If you think I’ll be LOL about your drunk stories…
    I’m not listening!


These schools have committed to not drinking during Homecoming and are the winners of “Not Listening” and saying NO to drinking. They will have KS107.5 come and DJ for their Homecoming Dance:

North High School 
John F. Kennedy High School 
Montbello High School 
Martin Luther King Early College 
Bruce Randolf High School 

A Community Resource for Youth and the Families Who Love Them
The Denver Resource for Awareness and Prevention (d-RAP) is your community-based source of information and tools to help identify and prevent teen alcohol and drug abuse, and to promote fun, healthy, positive lifestyle choices.

Parents and Guardians:

Our mission is to help you maintain healthy, loving relationships with the teens in your life. We’re here to help you and the teen in your life deal with the changes and challenges both of you are experiencing right now, with tips, tools, and knowledge from parenting experts, medical professionals, law enforcement officials – and teens!

Our combination of resources is the perfect recipe to help you and your teen thrive in the fast-paced, challenging and exciting world today’s kids face.

Get dialed in @ 720-944-2825 for more information on how 
you can get involved with d-RAP. 

Get information on d-RAP and other community events, the latest news and statistics on teen alcohol and drug abuse, healthy eating tips, fun alternatives to ‘partying,’ helping your teen stay safe on the Internet, and more!


Your teen years can be one of the most exciting, fun and rewarding times of your life. It can also be one of the most frustrating and confusing, as your body and mind changes and matures, as you accept more responsibility, and as you’re given more, and more difficult choices to make every day.
d-RAP is on your side.

We’re here to help you with answers to your questions, solid, accurate, information on how drugs and alcohol can affect your health, your life and your relationships, and to provide a safe, non-judgmental space where you can talk openly about what’s going in your life – both good and not-so-good.

Get dialed in @ 720-944-2825 to talk with d-RAP or to get involved.  

Get the latest information on what’s happening at your school, fun alternatives to ‘partying,’ dating and relationships, healthy eating and nutrition, tips for avoiding alcohol and drug abuse temptation and more.

Youth Council:

The d-RAP Youth Council is a youth-led, youth-driven group committed to empowering young people to make positive changes in their communities!