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Local Programs and Services

Programs for Parents and Teens

Guiding Good Choices – This program consists of five classes designed for parents with children ages 9 to 14 and is taught in both English and Spanish. In these classes, parents will learn about how to prevent drug use in their families, managing family conflict, how to control anger, and strengthening family relationships. For more information about enrolling, please contact:

Staying Connected With Your Teen – This online program is available to parents of children ages 12-17 and teaches them about managing family conflict, communication skills, decision making, teen development, and how to be a positive influence in their child’s life. The program consists of five classes. For more information, please contact:

ME Time – This is a six class program meant for teens ages 13-17 who are experiencing mild symptoms of depression. Teens will practice challenging  negative thoughts and emotions and learn how to use positive coping mechanisms. If you are interested in registering your teen, please contact:

Breaking the Chain – This online program is 12 classes long and is available to teens ages 14-19.  Teens will learn about myths regarding drug abuse and the consequences of using drugs as well as building decision-making skills, positive thinking, and how to listen to others with an open mind. To enroll your teen, please contact: