Education Department Fundraising Page
Partners in Prevention #GivingTuesday Campaign
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Partners in Prevention educates members of Hudson County on topics pertaining to the overall health of the community. Our prevention educational programs touch the lives of individuals on all levels.
participants in Footprints program
participants in WNBI program
participants in Life Skills program
is a research-based primary prevention program that builds assets and teaches important life skills to students in grades two and three, through the use of puppet stories that feature “real life” situations experienced by a children’s soccer team. The program offers many opportunities for students to practice the new skills they have learned in a fun and non-threatening way through group activities and worksheets.
is an integrated character development curriculum that focuses on cognitive restructuring, chemical dependency, self-concept, and goal achievement. KIV’s approach is cognitive-behavioral, skill-oriented, multi-modal and family-oriented. Program developers describe KIV as an educational curriculum about change, specifically changing the beliefs and behaviors that lead to violence, drug abuse/dependence, school and social failure, and criminal behavior. The program aims to help young people experience hope and a sense of personal power that they can create alternatives to self-destructive behaviors.
“The program was very beneficial to the students, because it addressed real world problems that the students are exposed to”
MS. HALLGREN, FOOTPRINTS AT P.S. 6 IN JERSEY CITY
provides educational materials for a student participating in an evidence-based prevention program
feeds a family in need participating in a Strengthening Families parenting workshop
covers the cost to have an educator receive CPR training
covers all costs for 25 participants to receive an evidence-based education class