Resist negative peer pressure.
Cope with stress.
The program is free, includes a catered dinner each week, and childcare for younger siblings.
WHO? SFP is for families with youth ages 10-14.
WHAT? SFP is a fun and engaging opportunity to talk about family strengths and what you’d like to improve upon at home.
A 7-week session for families with youth ages 10-14
WHY? It helps youth set goals for the future, prevents early experimentation with drugs and alcohol, and improves communication at home.
For 4th-5th graders:
- Wednesdays, October 3 – November 28, 2019 (skipping 10/31 and 11/21)
- at Carlin Springs Elementary School (5995 5th St S, Arlington 22204)
For 4th-8th graders:
- Wednesdays, February 27 – April 10, 2019
- at Drew Model Elementary School (3500 23rd St S, Arlington 22206)
For 6th-8th graders:
- Thursdays, May 2 – June 13, 2019
- at Gunston Middle School (2700 S Lang St, Arlington 22206)
WHEN: 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm
HOW: The typical format is:
- Families gather and eat
- Youth meet with their peers and parents meet together. Both groups have facilitators.
- Family time – Parents, youth and facilitators get together for fun, engaging activities that strengthen family connections and communication.
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