Reach Life Skills Program Elementary School Program
The REACH Program is a group program for use with Elementary School age Children. It is a flexible tool that can be used over ten sessions or an entire school year. It blends nicely with other curricula which may be in use but covers distinctly different areas than other life skills curricula for Reach Life Skills Program Elementary School Program
The REACH Program (Links are found below) is designed to provide life skills training which enables:
- increased self-esteem
- management of emotions
- effective communication
- independent thinking
- appropriate assertive behavior
- assessment and decision-making
- identification and pursuit of goals
- taking responsibility for choices
- prevention of emotional, physical and sexual abuse
- development of personal resources
Participants develop better self-concepts and higher self-esteem through practice of everyday techniques.
The REACH Program is conducted in small groups or classroom settings. It is appropriate for use in schools, therapeutic settings and community groups. It can be used as a freestanding curriculum or integrated with existing curriculum materials and program activities.
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REACH Program – Full Curriculum
CHALLENGE is a prevention program for adolescents: CHALLENGE Program
RECOVERY is for previously abused children: RECOVERY Program
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The Coalition for Children is a not-for-profit (501c(3)) organization founded by Dr. Sherryll Kraizer in 1982. The mission of the Coalition for Children is enhancing the well-being of children, families and society by providing positive, effective, multidisciplinary and culturally diverse prevention programming in collaboration with other organizations and individuals.