Anger Management (ages 12-18)
An eight week class that enables adolescents to identify, evaluate, and appropriately handle their anger. Uncontrolled anger can lead to bad habits that become unhealthy and dangerous when they are left unattended. This class examines those habits and works with young people and their families to bring about change of mindset and behavior. A parent or guardian is required to attend three sessions.
Gang Awareness (ages 12-18)
A seven week relational process in which teenagers in gangs, or on the edge, are challended and equipped to leave the gang life. Our specialists are former gang members who can relate and communicate effectively with young people caught up in the gang life. Topics include: Ground Rules for Change, The Cost of the Gang Life, The Nature of The Gang Life, Gangs & The System, Laws & Enhancements, The Loss of Identity, How to Break Away, and Positive Alternatives. A parent or guardian is required to attend the final session.
(grades 4-8 in Manteca only)
A seven week program in which middle school students learn to analyze and evaluate growing adolescent experiences, thoughts, feelings and attitudes. We help students to succeed in school by changing negative attitudes and developing coping and resiliency skills. Topics include goal-setting, communication skills, identifying and managing emotions, decision making, and dealing with peer pressure. A parent or guardian is required to attend two sessions.
A 6 week class in the schools and an 8 week class in the community that give teenagers the opportunity to learn the truth about drugs (long and short term consequences) as well as to work through misconceptions, attitudes, and behaviors that must change if a person is to deal honestly with the issues of substance abuse.
If student is a minor, then they must be accompanied by the parent or guardian to complete the needed assesment to register for their class.
Assesment fee $20
Class cost $120
Individual Program $25 per session