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Utilizing at-risk and discipline data, community partnerships have been established to meet the support needs of students and families in the following areas-academic enrichment, health and wellness, parent education, life skills, psycho-education, mentorship, recreation, and abuse/violence prevention.
Aims to build the understanding and knowledge of high school and middle school students and their communities as it pertains to substance abuse, mental health and sexual health using Hip Hop music and culture.
Bereavement center offers grief support services to children, ages 3 to 18, and their families who have experienced the death of a child or an adult in their immediate family, as well as programs for grieving adults.
Connects low income families to educational, health, and financial resources to improve their quality of life.
Programs are designed to create safe spaces for both boys and mentors to develop positive and healthy relationships built on honesty, consistency, and accountability.
Program educates youth 14-19 on abstinence plus, teen pregnancy prevention, HIV/AIDS, STDs/STIs, and positive youth development using evidence-based curriculum BART: Becoming a Responsible Teen (character education).
Crime reduction and safety programs to students, school staff, parents which includes Safe School 101, Internet Safety, and Reporting Recognized and Disclosed Child Abuse and Neglect.
Provides mental health clinical and consultative services in traditional and non-traditional settings.
Comprehensive prevention model called Pathways to address the high risk behaviors that lead to chemical and alcohol dependence in youth.
Leading education technology company with the mission to help Districts teach critical topics such as financial capability, character education, career choice and digital literacy.
Provides abuse prevention programs and parenting classes to combat emotional, physical, and sexual violence towards children.
Empowers children and youth to make positive decisions about drugs and alcohol use through group psycho-education and in-class/in-school sessions.
Virtual Equip 24/7 Mentoring and Leadership Development Program is dedicated to developing ways to change the problems at the heart of our students, campuses, and communities.
Provides well-child sport and school physical, illness and examinations, vaccination and immunizations for students and siblings.
Provides sexual and domestic violence prevention education.
Provides quality weekend meals for students and families.
JA Career Success curriculum equips students with the knowledge required to get and keep a job in highgrowth industries through exploration of workplace skills.
Provides quality healthcare to meet the mental and physical wellness needs of students and siblings.
Provides free student and family health insurance enrollment for all YES Prep campuses. Future Considerations: agency participation in registration and parent events.
Prevention curriculum designed to teach youth how to protect themselves from human trafficking and exploitation through information, critical thinking, and skill development.
Assist young men with finding a realistic and obtainable balance spiritually, mentally, physically, emotionally and otherwise through mentorship and education.
Gives parents, foster families, and children uniquely customized psychotherapy in the comfort and privacy of their own home or in our comfortable office.
Prevention and education services highlight the dangers of drug use, reinforce self-esteem, and educate teens and adults to make positive choices.
Provides confidential support groups for depression & bipolar disorders.
Offers social emotional, well-being, and mentorship opportunities that support the whole girl.
Provides teens and entire family the tools, skills and knowledge to deal with substance abuse problems in a holistic way.
Program provides at-risk 9th and 10th grade girls with life skills training relevant to financial, professional, and personal success.