EVIDENCE-BASED LIFE SKILLS CURRICULUM
An Uncommon Program for Uncommon Times
Today more than ever, youth suffer from stress, anxiety, depression, anger, substance abuse, lack of self-confidence and trauma. Improving the mental well-being of children and youth is critical.
ARISE has an extensive library of evidenced based life skills for at risk youth in schools, juvenile detention, secure facilities, foster care, mental health facilities and community-based organizations.
ARISE curriculum was written specifically for at risk youth. The lessons encourage friendly group participation and contain concepts that are easily understood. Each lesson stands alone, and group participants gain valuable information that could last them a lifetime.
We can all agree that these are uncommon times. The demand for mental well-being exceeds the resources available. ARISE can make a huge difference by quickly training staff at your facilities to share a huge collection of essential life skills lessons.
ARISE offers its evidenced-based life skills curriculum and proven staff training, to effectively provide at-risk, troubled youth with real-world tools they must have to survive, succeed and lead a good life.
Let’s help kids find the on ramp to successful lives.
Online & Onsite Staff Training
Every ARISE life skills instructor training program provides multi-sensory stimulation that allows participants to gain skills and competencies that encourage optimal implementation of the ARISE life skills curricula.
ARISE life skills facilitator training programs encompass many topics and feature vibrant, attention grabbing and interactive group sessions. Particularly valuable are positive strategies for accommodating youth who bring anger, bullying and emotional problems to group sessions. Add training and life skills curriculum as part of your grant proposals.
Testimonial from Vincent Schiraldi former Director Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services
Melissa Okimura, BS CATC-RI, David & Margaret Youth and Family Services. La Verne, California
“Our facility uses the ARISE Life Skills Work in Progress series “Anger Management” book. We are currently working on the “Cage the Rage” lesson which is part of this book. Our youth love the worksheets which are not too long and leave plenty of time for discussion after the worksheets are completed.”
April Easterling, Dundedin, Michigan
“The most helpful part of the online training was having interactive activities/assignments throughout the lesson. Actually seeing people go through the training and possibly asking questions that you have is also helpful. The trainer was really enthused, energetic, and knowledgeable about the curriculum. She wanted to make sure that the trainees had a clear understanding of what was being taught and the contents being transmitted..”
Tammy Wright Covenant House Washington (Respite Center)
“The most positive experience was to see this difference the lesson made in the lives of the youth and to witness the youth change for the better.” “Yes! I thank God for ARISE because the lessons have not only helped me with the youth, but the lessons also helped me personally.” “The youth have become much more committed to their life goals.” “Since becoming an ARISE Life Skill Instructor I have seen youth become more interested in life.”
HELP AT-RISK YOUTH
Donations give you an
opportunity to provide life
skills education that helps
at-risk youth reach their
Life Skills Are Not Heredity,
They Must Be Taught
The more you can give,
the more good we can do. Thank you!