SFP&SC was formed to service the communities of Sahuarita and Green Valley and local areas with education, prevention, outreach, and resources for behavioral health issues. With funding from the Arizona Parent's Commission on Drug Education and Prevention for the Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family we will serve adults and youth in programs to improve their knowledge of Mental Health and Substance Use and assist in providing tools and coping skills to improve their communication and connection.
TOGETHERNESS, FIELD TRIPS, GREAT ACTIVITIES, FRIENDSHIPS
Our Youth Program was formed to support community youth in developing personal, interpersonal, and drug resistance skills with engaging and fun activities. The activities are designed to strengthen student abilities for making healthy decisions, reducing stress, and managing anger. Youth will also strengthen their communication skills, learn how to build healthy relationships, and understand the consequences of substance use, risk taking, and the influences of the media. Our youth coalition best practices curriculum includes "Too Good For Drugs" and "Botvin Life Skills", as well as risks of Smoking and Vaping.
Meets once a month. For more information:
Jill Fabian (520) 661-6445 firstname.lastname@example.org
SFP is an evidence-based program to improve family relationships, increase communication, reduce stress, anxiety and transform negative behaviors into positive healthy behaviors within the family unit. The tools learned are life skills that will be beneficial in all relationships.
There are Five Protective Factors that are the foundation of the Strengthening Families Approach:
(1) parental resilience
(2) social connections
(3) concrete support in times of need
(4) knowledge of parenting and child development
(5) social and emotional competence of children.
Please see additional testimonials below and registration information under the Forms section.
SAMHSA "Let's Talk" Parent Campaign
ACES/Trauma Informed Care Workshop
Movie Screenings SEE EVENTS
Community Collaboration Events
Mental Health & Substance Use Presentations