Reduce Trauma. Provide Support. Educate the Community.

Teen Foundations (ages 13 - 17)

This course is designed to hold adolescents accountable for their actions during times of anger and conflict. The course has a range of topics including, but not limited to: The Cycle of Anger, communication, taking others perspective, meditation/relaxation techniques, emotional intelligence, self-esteem, and goal setting. The course features content in developing the necessary skills for more effective family and peer relationships, self-sustaining accountability, and positive life changes.

Each course is eight weeks long, times vary based on the facilitator. Referrals can be made by Forsyth County Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) staff, DFCS case manages, and School Social Workers. DJJ referrals will be accepted first. Class sizes vary based on the amount of referrals. Classes are free for participants.