Our Rescue Youth Program aims to prevent youth involvement in drugs, alcohol, gangs, and other self-destructive and unhealthy activities.
We deliver the program in schools, local shelters, community centers, and after-school and summer programs. This community-based program utilizes evidence-based curriculum for youth ranging from 6-to-18 years old. Our staff can provide customized presentations on various topics according to your needs, as well as offer your youth program workshops, presentations or training on specific topics.
Youth Presentation topics offered:
- Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug prevention and awareness information
- Self-esteem building
- Decision-making skills
- Social skills building
- Effective communication skills
- Anti-bullying information
- Stress management skills
Adult Presentation topics include:
- Current drug trends and ways to identify potential drug use
- Opioid Crisis information
- Communication with your child
- Stress management.
Our team participates in planned community events such as Kick Butts Day, Red Ribbon Weeks, National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week, Parent Nights, Health Fairs and other community events in Harris and Waller Counties.
We make a difference through:
- Evidence-based curriculum
- Character education groups
- Skill-building methods
- Peer-bonding activities
- Trusted-adult support
- Community engagement events
If you are interested in scheduling the Rescue Youth Program at your site or next event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bright Minds Thrive:
After school/Summer Program
Harris County youth ages 6-16 may participate in our Bright Minds after-school and summer enrichment program. Youth enjoy positive alternative activities such as book clubs, college and career tours, painting, STEM, cooking, camping, etc.
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