Is your community, school, church or other group in need of support? Consider having one of A HUMAN PROJECT's ambassadors visit


This is a quick video called "On the road with AHP" it shows you what a typical Ambassadors day looks like. You can watch more on our YouTube channel.


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Did you know that 4 out of 10 youth surveyed feel as if they are not enough in the world? Did you know that 7 out of 10 girls surveyed feel they have to compete for attention online and post sexual content to have any form of relevance? Did you know that 6 out of 10 boys surveyed said they are not attractive enough and feel female bullying is the most effective way to get attention.

Did you know that 1 out of 3 youth think about suicide? Every 1 minute a youth attempts suicide and ever 12.6 minutes a youth is successful in that attempt.

Did you know 1 out of 5 females and 1 out of 7 males self harm? Did you know that 90% of self harming starts between 6th and 8th grade? Did you know that nearly 50% of all those that self harm have been sexually abused?

The above statistics are all caused by youths’ inability to understand their inherent worth; what we at A HUMAN PROJECT call, dysfunction. Dysfunction does not see color, economics or social status. It targets all of us and especially our youth.

A HUMAN PROJECT’s mission is to recuse youth from this dysfunction, giving them and the communities they live in, the tools necessary to achieve ultimate success and happiness.

We invite you to lear more about how AHP can work with you in your community to spread the mission of rescuing humanity from dysfunction.


"I can't say enough positive things about A HUMAN PROJECT. The Feedback we've received, even from the most skeptical, has been nothing but overwhelmingly positive."


Karen Kiefer


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A HUMAN PROJECT has worked with youth from all walks of life. While every community is unique many of the issues are the same.

We would love to come to your community and support you in empowering your youth. Please take a moment and click on the link above to hear what other communities have said about A HUMAN PROJECT.




 A HUMAN PROJECT’s mission is to empower youth to understand they have what it takes to create a life full of possibilities. A HUMAN PROJECT can not do this alone. We work with communities to provide the needed resources to ensure youth are supported both during and after our ambassadors visit.

Please take a moment and watch a short video message from our co-founder on the importance of working together as a team to contribute to the overall success of the youth in your community.


When A HUMAN PROJECT ( AHP ) visits your community it is the first step, Extraction, in our E3 system. It is critical that a community understands the importance of providing a safe environment for youth to feel comfortable in sharing.

Our ambassadors can customize their presentation for any community needs. With over 15,000 hours spent with youth we understand youth and have created effective methods of reaching them regardless of their individual emotional level.

We have a created systems to ensure the first section, Extraction, is handled with extreme care. It is critical to understand that extraction DOES NOT mean just a physical “protection”. Many youth are stuck in a state of mind and self doubt. Many need to understand they have options and opportunities. Through our ambassadors customized presentation we will ensure youth see the worth they possess.

We have created a very simple punch list for you to follow to begin the process of bringing an ambassador of AHP to your community. AHP is willing to work with schools and communities in the area of expense. We will not let financials disallow the youth in your area to benefits of AHP systems.

The Punch List:

  • Make sure you are or have authority from a decision maker to bring AHP to your community/school
  • Have a date(s) that would work to bring an AHP ambassador to your community
  • Send us a quick email of your top 3 concerns for the youth in your community
  • Inform us of any unique issues in your community ( i.e. recent bullying or suicide )



Extraction is just the first step. Once we have allowed the youth to feel safe, broken the cycle of self doubt, now the work can begin.

- Wesley Chapman Co-Founder AHP