Day Treatment Programs
The prevention programs focus on promoting protective factors—that is, the characteristics of a student’s environment that can support healthy and positive youth development. These protective factors can be implemented at a student’s home, community, and school. During the day treatment program, clients will develop themselves through Art Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Prevention Education and many more.
Schools & Community Prevention Program
The Program will help build sustainable retention by protecting students who are at risk of dropping out due to family and/or personal challenges, academic difficulties, and even suicidal ideation. Our offerings also address creating a violence-free campus and peer-mentorship programs to ensure students fulfill their potential.
Peer2Peer Leadership Program
Peer2Peer is a student-led leadership program, focused on mentorship and prevention at the peer level. The Peer2Peer program was designed to leverage the strong influence peers have on each other. This program aims to contribute to increasing the graduation rate, safeguarding students, and mediating conflicts to develop an environment of care and character.
Peer Leaders are trained to:
Organize prevention-focused activities, clubs, and discussions in their school and community
Mediate conflicts and guide their peers in finding solutions
Empower their peers to express themselves effectively
Mentor first-year students; provide presentations and communicate expectations for first-year students.
Provide peer support to students experiencing/effected by suicidal ideation, bullying/cyberbullying, sexual assault, stalking, and other serious challenges.
Collaborate with counseling and student life departments to ensure that every student in need is guided to the right resources.
Creating Caring Characters
Creating Caring Characters is a week-long camp designed to equip students with skills to prevent bullying, bridge gaps, and create healthy friendships. Students will participate in interactive and expressive activities that stimulate their problem solving and peer interaction skills. The camp focuses on teaching self-love, boundary setting, respecting peers, and being tactfully assertive.
REFLECT: Developing Skills to Empower Peers (rDSEP)
A ten-day intensive day camp for students exposed to trauma. The camp help students cultivate skills and/or knowledge for anger management, suicidality, peer and family bonding/empathy; conflict resolution, and mediation skills building. The camp teaches students how to create healthy bonds with each other, strengthen active bystander intervention, and open a door for open conversations.
ExpressME Therapeutic Camp (Creative Arts)
Helps students with social-emotional developmental experiences in a super-fun therapeutic day camp setting. The camp addresses all social challenges but is explicitly designed to help children with social cognitive deficits. ExpressME Camp aims to advance students' social competency while building self-esteem through social, physical, and creative activities with peers.
Children STEAM Therapy Program
This is designed to help children between the ages of 6 to 12. Students will take part in interactive and expressive activities that stimulate their problem solving and peer interaction skills. The camp will focus on teaching self-love, boundary setting, respecting peers, and being tactfully assertive.
Suicide Prevention Program
Peer2Peer Leadership Program is an intensive one-year component which offers selected youth additional leadership training and development opportunities. Youth are engaged in advanced training that cultivate the following skills and/or knowledge; peer bonding/empathy; conflict resolution and mediation skills building; suicide warning signs and resources, deescalating situations and bullying, as well as trauma awareness and coping strategies and advocacy for self and others. The best solution is Peers Helping Peers.
Students working together to record their masterpiece. "Video Production in Action"
Intensive Trauma Program
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.
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