On the surface, the problem CORRAL aims to solve seems simplistic: our girls have risk factors which lead them to engage in risky behaviors. These risky behaviors lead to detrimental outcomes. The CORRAL program could provide a heavy dose of protective factors to reverse or halt the progress towards risky behaviors and thus lead to a healthy outcome. However, CORRAL sees the problem in a much broader context. While this is still true, this theory of change is too simplistic. CORRAL sees the problem initiating from multiple layers of trauma and resulting in cycles of intergenerational trauma and negative individual and community outcomes.