Rachael's First Week
A program dedicated to protecting the lives of teens
as they transition into young adults.
Rachael’s First Week LIVE! is a program dedicated to protecting the lives of graduating high school seniors and college students by enhancing their decision-making skills as they transition into young adult men and women.
Rachael’s First Week resources and educational programs were developed through the vision of Angi Fiege, MD, an Indiana University Health Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Trauma, ICU, physician, following the death of her daughter, Rachael Fiege, an incoming freshman at Indiana University.
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Rachael’s First Week live! Programs
Our high school program was created to help with the transition from life after high school. We strive to equip teens with the skills and knowledge to make good decisions.
Our college program was devised to equip students with the tools to deal with the new situations that they will encounter during their college years. College freshman, in particular, are in a high-risk category, experiencing new freedoms without the same level of supervision and/or support of parents.
Sororities & Fraternities
Many colleges require sororities and fraternities to have one or all of the following types of educational programs: sexual assault, mental health and alcohol drug use/abuse. Rachael’s First Week Program is able to fulfill all of these requirements through our program.
Advocates pushing to expand Indiana’s Lifeline Law
RFW Junior Board Members, Samantha Myers and Evan Lesniewski, along with Angi Frege, recently met with Jim Merritt to discuss their ideas for ways to extend the protections for others under the Indiana Lifeline Law.
The COREY Act aims to increase safety on campuses around the country.
The COREY Act aims to increase safety on campuses around the country by requiring colleges to publicly report campus accidents that result in the serious injury or death of students.
Incoming College Freshmen Need Safety & Awareness Training Now More Than Ever
On May 20th at 9AM Rachael’s First Week (RFW) LIVE! will be talking to the seniors at Zionsville Community High School. The focus of the program is to enhance the decision-making skills of students as they navigate the transition from adolescence to adulthood. Dr....
About Rachael’s First Week
Rachael’s First Week LIVE! is a program dedicated to
These can be tumultuous years when peers often look to each other for guidance as they encounter novel and potentially dangerous situations, rather than engaging experienced mentors to provide solutions.
The mission of Rachael’s First Week is to develop the decision-making skills of teens as they enter this time of monumental change in their lives.
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