Peer education is a method of information dissemination used in many public health initiatives. When a target population is in need of information that is deemed essential to maintain health, it is a well-documented fact that they are most likely to seek information and believe facts given to them by peers.
Join us for a discussion of the latest information coming from sources such as Yale’s just-completed $10 million grant exploring the risks associated with vaping. Join an exchange of ideas on how best to curb this latest trend amongst our youth.
A confidential support group for tweens and younger teens who have experienced anxiety and depression will meet on Friday’s beginning March 19 from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m.
Each session will focus on reinforcing positive coping techniques using a framework of cognitive behavioral and mindfulness techniques. Art, music, meditation and other expressive activities will be included with guided discussions and sharing.
The Granby Youth Action Council is proud to announce its Zombie Shuffle for students in grades 3-5 and a parent/loved adult. The fun-filled event will feature games, costumes (if you want), food, music and dancing. It will take place Saturday, Oct.
Parents are children’s primary teachers, but most often society is teaching our children about sexuality. Our Whole Lives (OWL) is an antidote to sexualized media messages, peer pressure, misinformation and prejudice.
Too old for day camp but still bored? Try four-week Circle programs.
Boys: Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m., and Thursdays, 5-6:30 p.m., beginning July 17
Girls: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. beginning July 16
For Boys: Ages 9-14 Blending outside play, hiking and games with some guided self-exploration participants will examine competition, bullying, emotions and being a boy, the unspoken rules of being a boy, the expectations of being a boy vs.