MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE WHOLE CHILD BEYOND MENTAL AND SOCIAL FACTORS.
What do we offer?
We offer prevention education services, early intervention programs, and professional development training. Programs are geared toward developing students’ mental, behavioral, social and academic potentials.
We encourage students to develop new skills, promote healthy mindset and prevent patterns of violence that can last into adulthood.
The prevention program encourages students to develop new skills, promote healthy relationships among peers and prevent patterns of violence that can last into adulthood.
Our Prevention Program focuses on violence prevention, suicidal ideation, bullying, depression, anxiety, gang violence, drug abuse, opioid misuse, teen dating violence, character building, setting clear boundaries and developing healthy relationships.
We provide specialized services to improve students behavioral, academic, social, and mental development.
Our youth programs are geared toward helping students develop life skills necessary to achieve self-sufficiency, build healthy and supportive relationships, and be able to increase responsibility and accountability.
Prevention and Intervention through STEM
We provide Intensive Youth Education and Empowerment Prevention camps that empower students to learn new skills through positive self-development and empowerment program. The STEM program allows students to explore, create, build and help improve machines to work better, analyze computer programming, create media production, learn about human and animal autonomy, skeletal study, science laboratory research, coding, game developing, robotics engineers and LEGO & 3D engineering and application designing.
Programs will build students collaboration skills, problem-solving skills, and creativity skills while strengthening partnership skills, personal problems, and academic developments.
We offer a wide range of workshops and consulting services designed to prepare professionals to develop their knowledge, competency, skills, and effectiveness when working with students, their families and communities.
Learn more about building a campus task force that will ensure students safety, and build safety-net for at-risk students. The Task Force Program will help build sustainable retention by protecting students who are at risk of dropping out due to family and personal challenges, academic difficulties and even suicidal ideation.
To create a violence-free campus we offer programs that build students anamnesis and train students to become peer mentors.