Their mission is to create a network of caring people to serve the needs of the communities where we all live together, and to tackle health issues at a grassroots level. Project REWIND I and II address crucial issues of physical and mental health that are impacting our youth: binge drinking and sexual assault. The REWIND programs use current research and innovative teaching strategies to empower teens and young adults to intervene. The programs are available to schools and other groups for a nominal fee. Project CHILDD (Community Helping in Learning about Developmental Disabilities), provides free monthly social and arts programs to children (aged 3-18) with developmental delays.