Pro-Active Prevention Education

“Don’t behave like a bunch of Hoodlums.  Be Civil”. These were sometimes parting words from parents years ago as their children left the house and went off to school, church, social events or anywhere where a child’s bad behavior could be considered a direct reflection on the adults responsible for rearing them. This meant for …

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Lately I’ve been spending quite a bit of time engaging teenagers in conversation via a mentoring program I am now donating some time to. My role is to come in and offer insight into social education. I find their conversations very interesting when speaking to them about the things that they may encounter throughout life, …

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