ARISE & Independent Living
ARISE helps young adults, ages 17-21, prepare to live independently and become productive members of society. ARISE’s life-skills program assists young adults in making a successful transition to responsible, independent adulthood. Enable your residents with practical easy to absorb independent living skills using the highly regarded ARISE life skills curricula. Young adults aging out of foster care, living in group homes or out-of-home placement, and homeless shelters are in need of everyday life-skills in order to live on their own. The ARISE life-skills curriculum helps these young adults with emotional development addressing problems such as poor social skills, few positive relationships, and low self-esteem. The lessons deal with many issues relevant to independent living, such as finding and keeping a job, money and time management, making healthy choices, and more.
Since 1986, ARISE has published award-winning educational material written in plain, understandable English that is relevant to low income, at-risk young adults. ARISE offers a variety of proven life-skill lessons that will provide those aging out of foster care the foundation they need to achieve in their personal and work lives. ARISE curriculum focuses on independent living, personal growth, employ-ability, and life skills. We have compiled below a reference list to demonstrate how ARISE materials fulfill Independent Living Skills.
In addition, we have put together a Special ARISE Independent Living Curriculum Package for $390 to help independent living facilities compile helpful beneficial ARISE life skills materials.
Special ARISE Independent Living Package
Guaranteed easy-to-teach and understand. You now have the unique opportunity to assemble your own ARISE life-skills library at a fraction of the normal retail price, allowing you to add structure to your program.