Go! Youth

 

At Operation Care, we want Amador County youth to thrive in healthy friendships and relationships, and to experience a violence-free lifestyle.

Our GO! Youth Program sponsors several wonderful programs throughout the year at our new GO! YOUTH COMMUNITY CENTER

 

SIGN UP NOW FOR:

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.

 


Watch this spot for next year’s programs:

Anti-Bullying (included in Respect 360 curriculum)
For elementary and middle school aged children interested in learning about how to deal with bullying.

Teen Anger Management (included in Respect 360 curriculum)
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

Ages 13 – 17 – Building Healthy Relationships, Preventing Sexual Assault, Anger Management, Self Esteem, Cyber Protection, Financial Management, Career Paths! Fun field trips! Transportation available.

Shoot for the Stars

Ages 7-11-Building Friendships, Standing up to Bullies, Gaining Confidence, Dealing with Peer Pressure, and Establishing Boundaries!  Transportation available.

Love is Not Abuse
Co-ed workshop for teenagers. This workshop was developed by Liz Claiborne, Inc and focuses on understanding teen dating violence, becoming allies to those who may be experiencing dating violence, and ending dating violence.

WreckED
A FREE 10-session Drug & Alcohol Prevention workshop. Learn strategies for dealing with peer pressure, drug classifications, and consequences of using drugs.

Chrysalis
A 14-session violence prevention workshop for teenage girls to help them understand different types of violence and the roots of violence. Sessions include topics such as self-esteem, anger, domestic violence, and sexual assault.

 


All of our Go! workshops are free of charge. Transportation assistance is also available if needed.

If your group would like us to stop by to explain our services and programs or make a presentation about Healthy Relationships, please give us a call at 223-2897!

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Contact Andrew or Natalie at 223-2897 for more information.