Specialized Curriculum Packages

ARISE life skills lessons help youth deal with the events and challenges of everyday life. After participating in the ARISE life skills groups youth acquire a new sense of well-being, they are engaged in learning and motivated to make positive changes in their lives. It’s not magic! They now understand what society expects of them.

ARISE Life Skills Program for Juvenile Justice (25 Books, plus plus plus)

This complete ARISE Juvenile Justice Package has been successfully implemented in detention, secure facilities, diversion and community-based rehabilitation programs for over two decades.

ARISE group activities connect with troubled youth because there are no big words to trip and fall over, and no run on sentences, or intimidating pages overflowing with confusing unintelligible concepts.

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Aging Out of Foster Care (44 Books)

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 provides materials for residential treatment, 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.

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ARISE and Head Start (14 Books; Pre-K and Kindergarten Parenting)

ARISE curriculum for use by Head Start programs help children prepare for success in school and in life. The skills include social and emotional skills, critical thinking and problem solving, creative thinking and building a positive attitude to learning.

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ARISE and Job Corps… A match made in heaven. (36 Books)

ARISE Life-Skills Lessons satisfy many of the Job Corps Career Success Skills (CSS) program standards and competencies. Please look at the specific curriculum ARISE provides and how it might be used in Job Corps programming.

The ARISE Job Corps Career Success Skills (CSS) package is emotionally-rich, stimulating, and engaging. You now have the unique opportunity to assemble your own ARISE life-skills library at a generous reduction off the normal retail price, allowing you to add evidence-based structure to your programs.

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ARISE and Upward Bound - It is the real thing. (19 Books)

Upward Bound's goal is to help students overcome class, academic, social, and cultural barriers to higher education. ARISE can help in that mission.

Since 1986 ARISE has offered a variety of life-skill lessons for disadvantaged and high-risk youth. These lessons will provide students in the Upward Bound program the foundation they need to achieve in their academic and personal lives.

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ARISE and the Search Institute. Families, Schools and Institutions (39 Books)

Drawing on 34+ years of evidenced-based national and international experience, the ARISE Life-Skills Lessons and Staff Training provide interactive and engaging lessons for use in group settings. ARISE lessons foster discussion, debate, and personal expression on serious and useful topics such as resistance skills, conflict resolution, anger management, safety in a hostile world, and self-esteem, just to name a few.

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Basic Ansell-Casey Package (20 Books)

ARISE Life-Management Skills lessons satisfy the Ansell-Casey life-skill domains. For your convenience, we have compiled a document that details Ansell Casey requirements along with the ARISE curriculum materials that fulfill that requirement.

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Comprehensive Ansell-Casey Package (32 Books)

ARISE Life-Management Skills lessons satisfy the Ansell-Casey life-skill domains. For your convenience, we have compiled a document that details Ansell Casey requirements along with the ARISE curriculum materials that fulfill that requirement.

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AmeriCorps and ARISE Foundation join hands (18 Books)

This proven material may be the last best opportunity of salvaging the lives of troubled youth you work with. Ears perk up as at-risk populations absorb important life lessons that parents once shared sitting around the table at dinnertime. It is the same good advice privileged kids get as a rite of passage.

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