Click HERE to visit our E-Race the Stigma page with more information on the event and how to register.
Whether you were signed up for the cancelled Regional Youth Summit, are part of the Ohio Youth Led Prevention Network, Northeast Ohio RLC, or are a champion for youth voice, you will be interested in the following Youth Led Program Virtual Learning Series, sponsored by Connect CLE, the Northeast Ohio YLP Learning Collaborative.
The goal of Connect CLE is the expansion of quality, evidence-based Youth Led Prevention Programs in Northeast Ohio, and to empower our youth to become a powerful voice for change in their schools and communities.
View Session ONE HERE
View Session TWO HERE
View Session THREE HERE
“Behind every important message is an even stronger voice. That voice is usually coming from one passionate person or a group of dedicated, like-minded individuals. In this case, we would like to highlight the latter. More specifically, we would like to bring you a message from The Geauga Youth Advisory Council. (YAC)”
Read the entire piece here!
In response to to COVID-19, the ESC Prevention Services Department will provide online resources, information and in some cases curriculum units to our teachers and parents. Please check our website for weekly updates on articles, classroom resources and information.
Geauga County Copeline is a Crisis Service that offers 24/7 resources.
Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Regional Youth Summit has been Rescheduled for May 1, 2020.
May’s Youth Summit will include an adult track for anyone interested in training in youth led programs. Stay tuned for further updates!
School-Community Forum is still in Operation. Twenty community partners are actively working to plan upcoming mental health, social-emotional and social media programming.
To find out more info on School-Community Forum, please click here.
Youth Advisory Council’s 2nd Annual “E-Race The Stigma” Mental Health Awareness 5K Run/ 1 Mile Walk will take place on June 27th – location TBD. Come join us as we break the stigma of Mental Health and realize that It’s Okay not to be Okay!
Stay tuned for further updates and registration information!
TAACOO Tuesday (Talking Actively About Coping and Overcoming Obstacles) is a fun and interactive wellness program operated by the School Community Forum.
Find out more about Taacoo Tuesday here.
The Digital World Program has grown in importance as social media and technology continues to grow and expand. Pictured below is everything that happens in 60 seconds on the internet in 2019. This graph is used in our programs as a teaching point for students.
Geauga Teen Pregnancy Prevention focuses on Developmental Assets. The more assets youth have the lower their risk of drug use, teen pregnancy, and school drop out. For more info on Developmental Assets, click the link below.