Category Archives: Positive youth development

“Resilience”

Swanton Enhancement Project’s (SEP) Task Force to Reduce Substance Abuse in partnership with Prevent Child Abuse Vermont will be hosting a Community Forum on May 4th at MVU, 6:00-8:00 pm. The event will include a showing of the movie Resilience and a … Continue reading

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Guiding Good Choices™ works!

How can you improve parenting skills, help families become closer, and guide young people away from drug use and other problem behaviors? Guiding Good Choices™ is the premier, research-based drug-prevention program for parents of children ages 9-14. This nationally recognized, … Continue reading

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NPR reports on Social and Emotional Learning’s importance for children

Social and emotional learning (SEL) can help children thrive! A recent report on National Public Radio’s “Morning Edition” focuses on how SEL programs in general — and the PATHS(R) program in particular — can benefit young students in early childhood … Continue reading

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