ASAP became part of the Rapid City Communities That Care project and the ASAP Executive Director became a co-facilitator along with the Mental Health Director from United Way of the Black Hills. Funding for Communities That Care (CTC) comes from the Vucurevich Foundation. The Systems of Care Collaborative coalition brought forth the importance of prevention and voted to support the use of CTC to support and build a strategic prevention model. CTC is a community based prevention system proven to reduce youth behavior problems community wide (risk factors) and to increase youth health (protective factors). It is locally owned and operated, data driven and outcome focused, addresses the underlying causes of youth health and behavior problems, uses proven programs, and is cost-effective. For more information on CTC go to

  • 2040 West Main St. #102
  • Rapid City, SD 57702
  • Phone: 605-209-0729
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