Archive for the ‘Programs’ Category

Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention (Training)

February 13th, 2014 by admin

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Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention (Programs)

February 13th, 2014 by admin

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Teen Pregnancy Prevention

December 16th, 2013 by admin

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program utilizes pregnancy vest, which simulates being pregnant, infant simulator to heighten teen awareness of the serious responsibilities of parenting a child. The infant simulator is taken home to allow student to demonstrate their skill or lack of skill to care for a small infant. Drug & Alcohol effected infant simulator along with the shaken baby and CPR simulators are employed to give appropriate educational information to :

  • Prevent Teen Pregnancy
  • increase awareness of the challenges of parenthood.
  • instill knowledge about the safety around children
  • Educate the student in the basics of choking child rescue.
  • increase awareness of shaken baby syndrome
  • Appropriate Child Care (infant care)
  • Child proofing home for safety techniques.

Violence Prevention Program

December 16th, 2013 by admin

Our violence prevention program is designed to heighten awareness regarding domestic violence, dating violence, bullying & Cyber-bullying. We educate our students on how to be aprevention and violence What to do when you are confronted by a bully and how to get assistance when facing a bully.

Dating Violence Prevention Project

Domestic Violence Prevention Project

Bullying Prevention Project

The goal of the Bullying Prevention Project is to support Sacramento County districts and their demonstration school sites as they implement bullying prevention programs and strategies. This initial project of the countywide Student Mental Health and Wellness Plan will allow each district to focus on a school-based bullying prevention program, provide staff training, promote student mental health and provide early interventions for students and families who need them.

More information on bullying prevention can be found on the Sacramento County Bullying Prevention website.

Meeting with a career coach will assist teen parents to define goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals. Whether you need advice on choosing a vocation, getting back into high school, looking for a new job, getting promoted, discovering what it is you want to do, a career coach can work with you to develop a customized action plan. An individual coaching session is a first step to receive needed guidance to developing a strategy around your circumstances. Clear communication and negotiating a reasonable life schedule will be critical to success. You can work with a life skills coach to outline your educational milestones and plan your career choice and job search. This course includes completing a self-assessment then and the creation of a life plan chart. You will receiveĀ individual coaching specific to your situation, with on-going support which will pinpointing areas that need attention.

Progressive father’s network Program

December 12th, 2013 by admin

Coming soon.

Mentoring and Coaching program

December 12th, 2013 by admin

Coming soon.

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