Youth Skills (YS) is a life skills based program that provides interpersonal development and self-awareness services to youth ages 13-19 years. Youth Skills services encourage youth to accept responsibility for behavior while teaching skills of effective communication, problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, using coping strategies and resolving conflict without violence. Youth are able to gain information that will impact the decisions they make in life about their health and relationships.
Youth Skills services are: Anger Management Education Program (AMEP) for both 13-15 year olds and 16-19 year olds (10 hour course – conflict resolution curriculum), The Truth About It Education Program (TTAI) (10 hour course – substance use and prevention of abuse curriculum), Growing Skills Program (10 hour course – personal skills development curriculum).
Contact: 306-757-9743 and ask to speak with the Youth Skills Program Supervisor.