Our Young Adult Development Team’s calendar is filling up, as it serves schools on both sides of the Ohio River. Young Adult Development Director Keisha Hopkins will be joined by Educator Derek Waddell for the four-day long Positive Potential program. This dynamic duo plans to serve schools in Ballard, Livingston, McCracken counties in Kentucky and Johnson County, Illinois… and hopefully beyond!
Positive Potential is a state-supported curriculum allowing sixth through ninth graders to practice critical skills like decision-making, goal-setting, and the power of choice. These students also explore healthy and unhealthy relationships and their consequences. Keisha and Derek bring the info and the fun, with games, prizes and giveaways!
Hope Unlimited Family Care Center is committed to strengthening families and empowering parents, so our staff and volunteers are already working to prevent porn use and promote healing for those who are addicted to it. Currently, Hope Unlimited Family Care Center is the only non-profit agency in McCracken and Massac Counties addressing this need.
Our Young Adult Development Team’s middle and high school student program, Positive Potential, talks frankly to kids about how pornography alters their brain and its pathways affecting relationships, increases the likelihood of depression, anxiety and dating violence, as well as negatively impact their future success. This program is free for schools, churches and groups. Call today to learn more or book a program: 270.442.1166. You can also read all about it at www.positiveteenhealth.org.
In an effort to reach more students and educate the community, Hope Unlimited Family Care Center is bringing Fight the New Drug, a live and interactive anti-porn awareness event, to middle and high schools, as well as college campuses in April. Check out www.fightthenewdrug.org/livepresentations
Hope Unlimited Family Care Center is in the process of integrating Fortify, a comprehensive and tested porn addiction recovery program for men, women and teenagers, into our current level of care for parents. This program will feature one-on-one mentoring, 24-hour text support, as well as online and book-based resources. For more, check out www.fortifyprogram.org.