This module looks at self awareness because when we have a better understanding of
ourselves, we are able to experience life more abundantly. Our unique self is a gift with
talents to share with the world.
Having relationships teaches adolescents about communication, emotions, and interpersonal /intraprersonal skills. These lessons can often provide a valuable foundation for long-term relationships in adulthood, they are also important contributors to growth, resilience and happiness in the teen years.
Secure the Bag
In this module we will learn financial and economic principles. Participants will learn the basics of economics including budgeting, bank accounts, credit, and long term saving.
Generational cycles will allow individuals to identify those negative behaviors within their family that are part of the generational cycle. We all need skill building that will help guide us away from the pathology of poverty so we can affect change for us and for the generations to come.
Leader of the Pack
Being a leader means you are working for the good of others. Leadership requires a level of commitment, dedication and compassion that surpasses others. Leadership involves
accountability and an unrelenting attitude towards success in changing the world for the
Improved learning and health, increased tolerance, opportunities to come together with others, will enhance our quality of life and increase overall well-being for both individuals and communities. Culture provides important social and economic benefits.
This module will teach individuals about the function and purpose of local and national
government. Learning this will provide an understanding of the connection between
community and the change on a national front. Educating our kids helps them to know
where and when change can be effected.
**It is important to note that each module is tailored to specific age groups and where appropriate sections of specific models will be taught in a gender specific manner.**
If you would like to register for the program please click the link below!
Currently there is no cost to become part of the program. If you would like to make a donation you can do so by visiting our donation page
The Youth Resiliency program begins on October 19th 2020.
As this will be our first undertaking of the program there will be some flexibility with the program. Please call us 702 659 3266 to discuss.
Each week participants will take part in two 3 hour sessions over a 10 week period.
The program takes place at the Savant Professional Center, 2920 South Jones Blvd, Las Vegas NV, 89146 (Corner of Jones Blvd and Edna Ave)
The program is co-educational but there are instances on certain topics that will be taught separately as they are gender specific.
The program is designed for any kids between the ages of 12 and 16 years of age.
Currently the program does not have a transportation option. Parents/Guardians will be responsible for transportation to and from the program.
During the program all participants will be socially distanced and be required to wear masks at all time. Using hand sanitizer and washing hands will be encouraged at appropriate times. Please see the registration from for additional information
On successful completion of the program participants will be given a cash stipend to go towards savings for the participant. We also have openings those participants who would like to become part of our peer-mentor program where they get the opportunity to become involved in subsequent programs.
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