A Promising Future is on the move!
You will be excited to know that our preventative education department is busy in schools this fall semester. The A Promising Future (APF) team, including, Tia Davis-Burns, Program Director, Jasminka Newbern, Curriculum Coordinator & School Liaison, Spenser Sikkema, Staff Instructor and Alissa Goble, Administrative Manager are happy to be back in the classroom equipping teens, young adults, parents and educators with needed life skills offered through The Diamond Standard Curriculum. APF also offers supplemental workshops including:
- Taking Charge: Making Healthy Decisions for your Life
- Relationships: Respecting Dignity as a Central Issue of Consent
- Relationships: Establishing Boundaries and a Healthy Foundation
- Got Stress? Applying Healthy Strategies to Cope Well
- Teen Dating Violence: Standing Up Against Violence
On the horizon, we will be creating a workshop to be a part of community prevention efforts to create awareness and reduce the prevalence of suicide in teens and young adults.
Through The Diamond Standard curriculum and the supplemental workshops, our desire is to equip every participant with relevant tools, skills, and resources so they are empowered to make well-informed, whole person honoring decisions in every area of their life.
Do you have a passion for youth? Do you intersect with youth as an educator, parent, community or church member? Have you realized there is a need for deeper conversation, engagement and open dialogue with our youth? Or do you just want to learn more about how you can be involved with student education through Alternatives? Please reach out to Tia Davis-Burns at email@example.com or 303.298.8815. We have sponsorship and teaching opportunities available for you!