Brief Program Descriptions
The Incredible Years (Preschool- grade 3) is a proven effective program that increases academic success, reduces behavior problems and stress in the family. Topics include problem solving, learning routines, setting limits, consequences, praise and reward, and discipline.
Second Step (K-3) contains four proven components designed to teach problem solving skills, impulse control, anger management and empathy. Family unit reinforces the same four components taught to students in grades K-3.
Life Skills Training (grades 4-6) Family Unit provides parents with tools to strengthen communication, appropriate behavior monitoring and discipline, positive role modeling, refusal skills, anger management and problem solving. Reinforces skills students learn in grades 4-6.
Supporting School Success(K-3) is an evidence based program shown to improve classroom behavior and academic performance. Lessons teach parents the skills necessary to support their child's success in school and improve communication among family members. Topics include reading and writing, math, homework, problem solving, andteaching skills.
Creating Lasting Family Connections (grades 6-9) Interactive series of classeswill provide parents andyouth with activities to promote independence and responsibility, discussion to assist parents in raising resilient youth, identify risk behaviors, and strengthen family communication skills. Dinner will be served before the program.
Guiding Good Choices (grades 5-8) is a research-based prevention program that aims to reduce substance abuse and increase family bonding. Provides family activities, skill-building exercises, tips on positive parenting, and more. A valuable resource.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families (K-12) provides families with goal settingskills, time management skills and focuses relationship building by using the principles of the Seven Habits.
Staying Connected with Your Teen (grades 7-12) teaches parents and teens the skills they need to improve family communication and family bonding. Participating families show improvement in discipline practices and supervision skills. Research demonstrates the critical importance of parent involvement in reducing antisocial behaviors.
Parent-to-Parent is a nationally know substance abuse prevention program, teaching parents how to protect their children from drugs, violence, and other pertinent issues. It is a video based interactive program, allowing the opportunity for discussion and networking with other parents.
Council Rock Coalition for Healthy YouthDisclaimer
30 N. Chancellor St.
Newtown, Pa 18940 215-944-1006