Youth STEAM Therapy Program  

2022 Theme: Breaking Chains: Developing Relsinency, Community & Support

This is a week-long camp designed to help youth between the ages of 13 to 19 to develop healthy relationships, cope with stressful situations, and create changed mindsets that help prevent the cycles of trauma. Students participating in the program may have experienced trauma, academic failure, ongoing challenges, suicidal thoughts, behavioral challenges, feeling isolation, parental neglect, foster care teens, and other students facing life challenges. 

Students working together to record their masterpiece. "Video Production in Action"

Staff recording the Students and trying to make them laugh while the other staff stated "Action on the set." The moment staff becomes the students. Lol 

During the Program, Students express themselves through: 

Acting

Scriptwriting

Visual Storytelling

Audio Production

Video Production

Editing Software

Coding

Engineering 

Human Autonomy 

Making Pro-Social Videos

Prevention and Empowerment Discussion 

Arts and Craft

Drumming

Steel Pan Drumming

Self-Expression

and many more.

Sample of the Video Production Students with the team created. 

Student wanted to create a video of challenges a peer face of dysfunction family, unhealthy peer support, and the impact the program has provided for them through healthy peer support

Time: 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Ages of 13 to 19

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2022 SPRING BREAK:

April 18 to 22

 

Location:

Wilmington Public Library

10 E 10th St,

Wilmington, DE 19801

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2022 SUMMER DATES:

JUNE 27 - JULY 1

Location:

TBA

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JULY 13 TO JULY 17 

Location:

TBA

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Want to learn more about our Peer-to-Peer Suicide Prevention & Leadership Program.

Requirements: STUDENTS MUST HAVE Participated in the STEAM Therapy Program

July 18 to 27 (including weekends)

Video of students participating in the Artistic Expression Component

Cost: Cash payment, Paneled Insurance

What about individuals without Insurance? Funding is available for Uninsured students who have experience trauma or challenging events that impact academic, behavior, social and mental development. 

How can I help? 

Parents, Guardian, community members,  businesses and government offices can assist with financial donation, program supplies, time and food/snacks. Review Supply List. 

Transportation will not be provided

SNACKS & FOOD

  • Mixed Snacks (Of Choice)

  • Pop icicles

  • Individual Ice Cream 

  • Box Juice (4 Cases of 24 Individuals) (Strictly no soda or artificial juice)

  • Water (5 cases of 70 water bottles)

  • Popcorn

  • Cookies

  • Chips (individual packs),

  • Chocolate (kisses, Hershey's, etc- small wrap)

  • Fresh Fruits (Apples, grapes, oranges.)- Strictly no cup fruits

CRAFT & OTHER SUPPLIES

  • Canvas Panel

  • Glue (School Glue)

  • Cups

  • Disposable Plates

  • Paper Towels

  • Painting Brushes

  • Permanent Markers

  • Note Pad

  • Crayons

  • Pencils

  • Utensils

  • Unused & Unopened gifts or Promotional items children will enjoy

Can agencies and community members help?

Yes, we encourage and embrace community ownership and involvements. Agencies can provide Unused & Unopened gifts or Promotional items (water bottles, bags, etc).

Can agencies and community members volunteer?

Yes, we encourage and embrace community ownership and involvements. All volunteers will complete a volunteer background check, and Delaware sex offender registrar application.