Anti dating violence
The District is invested in providing education on teen dating violence for students, and it is an issue Superintendent Juan Cabrera advocates against.He was nominated for the Young Hearts Matter Advocate of the Year Award for his efforts as a board member of El Paso’s Center Against Sexual and Family Violence.Once the video was created and posted Ponsford was the first to present it to the students.Custom bookmarks were also created, which contain information about the 10 warning signs of an abusive relationship, to give to the students.The Violence Prevention Initiative is not a direct provider of services to families and youth.
(215) 727-3687 Southwest Community Enrichment Center Southwest Family Center offers six different programs including: case management; information, referral and linkage to health; behavioral and social service; parenting education; after-school programs; summer programs; and positive child and youth development programs. Detail.aspx? The City STARS after-school mentoring programs include a wide variety of enrichment activities that take place after school on weekdays, between the hours of p.m. City STARS also offers activities during school vacations or on early dismissal days.
organization=Southwest Community Enrichment Center (215) 386-8250 West Philadelphia Parents Group Offers parenting skills and works to improve communication between parents and children. guid=049 (215) 226-2300 Nu Sigma Youth Services This program is designed to promote leadership development and to discourage risky behavior, such as substance abuse and violence, in African American males ages 6 to 18 through mentoring. (215) 851-1848 Contact Darryl Coates:[email protected] Futures Sponsor-A-Scholar Ages Served: 11-18 Sponsor-A-Scholar helps motivated students from low-income families get "to and through" college.
SAS uses a multi-pronged approach, which provides students with a long-term mentor, program services, staff support, and funds for college-related expenses. (215) 790-1666 Police Athletic League The Police Athletic League of Philadelphia is a non-profit organization established to divert kids ages 6 to 18 from a life of crime by providing recreational and educational programs at 24 centers throughout the Philadelphia area.
They realized it would take more than 12 presentations to reach all the students, so they had to come up with another way.
“We explored the options and found that a video could be produced by the district that would ultimately available to all district teachers, counselors and students via You Tube,” Richeson said.The El Paso Independent School District has teamed with Jennifer Ann’s Group to help educate students about the perils of teen dating violence by creating a video to use as a teaching tool in the classroom.