Nurturing Educational Transition (NET) Groups
This group provides support and fosters resiliency with at-risk and retained students in grades 4th through 9th grade.
The primary focus for this group is bolstering skills and dispelling fears associated with transition to middle and high schools. The core components of the mixed gender group are also covered as they specifically relate to transition.
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View below for more details on each of our services. All services are offered in partnership with public and private schools during school hours. Program goals are accomplished by providing educational, youth-specific, environment experiences in a safe environment.
Overall goals of the C.H.O.I.C.E. Inc. Intervention Program are:
1. Assist in the reduction of use and abuse problems that develop into chemical dependency.
2. Intervene with "at-risk/high-risk” youth and their families in crisis situations.
3. Encourage youth toward the freedom of making choices for a purposeful and meaningful life, through education and the use of constructive activities.
Brotherhood/Sisterhood/Mixed Gender Self-Help Groups
This component of the C.H.O.I.C.E. Program assists targeted groups in uniting together to address issues of concern to youth and adolescents as they begin to reach adulthood.
Resilience, decision-making, and coping skills are a major teaching focus. Also, there is an emphasis on positive self-regard and enhanced self-esteem to encourage a decrease in alcohol, tobacco and other drugs use.