Anger Management Program
The anger management program is a ten hour one on one educational program. The goal is to foster a better understanding of anger's origin and one's own personal anger style. The program's emphasis promotes self-discipline, awareness and control around a variety of issues involving anger.
Positive Decision Making Program
The positive decision making program is a six hour course focusing on decision making processes. Participants will learn and practice a five step process and analyze their own decisions. In addition we explore the role of peer pressure as an influence in the decision making process and emphasize the role of an accomplice. Our primary goals include awareness of consequences and empowering responsible, educated decision making.
The Challenge Course is a fifteen hour educational/self assessment, community based, early intervention program focusing on drug and alcohol abuse and other high risk behaviors. This is offered the first full week of the following months: February, April, June, August, October and December. The class is held Monday through Friday from 3:30 - 6:30 in the conference room at 4 Court Street, Concord, NH. The cost is $70.00 (If enrollment allows).
This seven hour educational course focuses on recognizing and understanding the different forms of bullying and the roles involved. Also explored are the laws and consequences of bullying and the development of appropriate prevention skills.
This curriculum includes nine, one hour sessions and is ideal for grades 6 - 12. The programs goals are to raise the youth's awareness of fire safety and the consequences of the misuse of fire. Participants will learn the elements of fire science, including the fire triangle, characteristics of fire, and heat spread. In addition, we explore responsible decision making and the laws involving fire and explosive/bomb making.
Y.E.S. Shoplifting Program
This copyrighted, commercially produced shoplifting intervention program is designed to educate young people caught shoplifting about the legal consequences of their actions, and to understand the harm this crime causes to themselves, their families, and the community at large.
The cost is $40.
This self-assessment program aims at educating first time tobacco offenders. Graphic materials are used to make students aware of the hazards of smoking and helps them assess where they are in the addiction process. Smoking cessation assistance can be arranged for those who express interest. The program is offered on the last Saturday of the month from 8 am to 1 pm (if enrollment allows). One-to-one classes can also be provided when needed.
The cost is $50.
A presentation to schools/communities addressing adolescent problem behaviors and consequences. A review of the NH Juvenile Court system and laws frequently disobeyed by juveniles provides eye-opening information to youth and parents who may be unaware of changes or application in the juvenile laws.
This is a 7 hour course that is often one on one, or if enrollment allows, a group setting. We use a strength-based focus to help parents identify their strengths as well as their child(s) strengths. We explore inventory and resiliency wheels and other tools to meet identified challenges. We also review and develop milestones and how they are impacted by behaviors such as substance abuse. This program is new and will continue to evolve as the needs of the families require.
This class is 6 hours and will cover such topics as how to be safe while using a computer: Who is on the internet and why are they there; discussion on sexting and cyberbullying; what the law says about each of these; delete does not mean gone, and what to consider before you press "send".
Grief and Loss
This class is 6 hours (more if needed). The program explores grief and loss and stages inherent within each. The program also takes an in depth look at how to process thoughts and prevent getting "stuck" in some of these stages. The class will also explore ways to honor and celebrate the person’s life.