Healthy Visions (Supportive Education for Children of Addicted Parents)
This program is supportive education for children who have parents/guardians who are struggling with or are in recovery from the disease of addiction. The interactive activities and discussions are designed to help our youth participate in healing groups and develop skills they need to gain strength from their own resiliency. Youth will be able to explore their feelings, learn they are not alone, and recognize the stressful things that might happen in their families is not their fault.
Ages: Elementary School, Middle School, or High School
Program Length: 6 sessions
Contact: Jan Ramos / email@example.com / 201-740-7081
CHAT Creating Healthy Attitudes in Teens
CHAT is an interactive, reflective, and introspective program for teens who are experimenting with alcohol or other substances, or whose parents are
concerned about potential use. The program includes an educational component for parents and caregivers as well as a session for teens.
Teens who attend the program will have an increased awareness of why they use, impact of their use, progression of addiction, and alternatives to using.
Parents who attend the program will have an increased awareness of teen substance use, level of risk, and how to have conversations with teens about drugs and alcohol.
Ages: High School
Program Length: 2 hours
Contact: Devlynn Ferguson / firstname.lastname@example.org / 201-740-7069