Go! Youth Community Center

Operation Care’s Go! Youth program is excited to announce our new Go! Youth Community Center. We provide a safe place for youth including snacks, games, crafts, books, computer lab, movie days, and more, with respect at the center of their experience.

Sign up for our FREE YOUTH PROGRAMS at the Go! Youth Community Center. These programs focus on helping the youth in our community to develop the skills to live violence-free. Groups are fun and full of energy and activity to engage youth and encourage participation.

Go Youth Community Center
Located at: 1001 Broadway, Suite #101, Jackson, CA 95642

All of our programs are FREE and transportation is available upon request.

SIGN UP NOW!

Respect 360
Wednesdays & Fridays 3:30 – 5:00 pm
For students ages 12 – 17 interested in learning how to enjoy healthy, respectful relationships in life. We create a safe space for youth to nurture self respect, break the cycles of disrespect, and thrive.

 


Other workshops offered through the Go! Youth program:

Anti-Bullying
For elementary and middle school aged children interested in learning about how to deal with bullying.

Teen Anger Management
Violence prevention workshop that helps young people deal with the deeper, more sensitive issues around violence. This workshop includes a step-by-step process of looking at many causes of violence among youth. This anger management workshop will help young people manage their anger and develop positive communication skills.

Building your Future

For youth ages 12 to 17
This program includes activities on:
Building Healthy Relationships
Preventing Sexual Assault
Anger Management
Self Esteem
Cyber Protection
Financial Management
Fun field trips and snacks!

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Shoot for the Stars

For youth ages 7 to 11
Program includes activities on:

Building Friendships
Standing up to Bullies
Gaining Confidence
Dealing with Peer Pressure Establishing Boundaries

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

Andrew Flores
Prevention/Outreach Specialist

 

Natalie Vetter
Prevention/Outreach Specialist