The Heritage Keepers Life Skills Education is intended to be a maintenance program for the Heritage Keepers Abstinence Education curricula. It is part of our systemic process model. There are five Heritage Keepers Life Skills curricula with each containing twelve lessons related to character development and avoiding all risky behaviors. The Life Skills curricula were written around recognized public health standards for adolescents. The Life Skills curricula have all been reviewed and approved by the US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs, for medical accuracy and scientific referencing from widely accepted social science research.

To learn more about topics covered in each of the Life Skills curricula, contact Heritage Community Services at or 843-654-7740 x 120.