Our Programs

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Peer Education

 Peer education draws on the credibility that young people have with their peers, leverages the power of role modeling, and provides flexibility in meeting the diverse needs of today's youth. Peer education can support young people in developing positive group norms and in making healthy decisions. 

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Parent Empowerment

When parents are involved at home and at school, children perform better in school and the schools get better. Schools need parents as partners in education, especially those who understand learning standards and data. When informed and empowered parents begin to care about all children,not just their own, this will ultimately encourage other parents to support and lead school wide change.

(Wherry) 

College student leadership development institute. Houston Texas

Speaking Engagement

We have several topics to choose from and each session is engaging, entertaining, and full of knowledge sharing. The presentations range from 20 minute keynote speeches to multi-day workshops.


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Youth Embracing Life and Leadership (Y.E.L.L.)

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The Y.E.L.L. Program is a comprehensive, peer to peer intervention initiative, designed to train teens on topics that have the greatest impact on our youth such as: 


Teen Pregnancy Prevention, STD Education/Prevention, HIV and AIDS, Opioid Addiction Prevention, College Preparation, Self Esteem, Goal Setting, Eating Disorders, and Healthy Relationships. 


This  40 hour training is provided to qualified high school students which also includes additional key modules such as:


effective communication, public speaking, advocacy, conflict management and classroom management.

At the completion of this highly interactive  training, facilitated by skilled adults and community experts, the teens are then assigned workshops and mentoring sessions throughout their respective counties. 


Our teens will showcase their skills by providing peer to peer intervention and powerful talks.  Our teens will engage young people in conversations that focuses on making healthy choices.



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VOICES: Parent Empowerment Program

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Your school or organization can tap into the power of parents.


Building on two decade's of experience in training parents how to partner with schools, the "VOICES" training include:


  • Two trainers with extensive experience
  • Research-based curriculum
  • Handouts and materials for up to 30 participants in each session
  • Leadership packet for each participant
  • School-specific data
  • Workshop supplies
  • Recruiting packet


The training's that are available can be facilitated in 2 full day sessions or several sessions over a pre-determined time period. Two learning tracks are available. 

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Embracing Life Annual Luncheon

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Come out and let the experts empower you to make hard decisions in your life, move from where you are to where you want to be, make a plan that actually works, overcome fear and live courageously. 


October 26, 2019

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Madison, Wisconsin 


Tentative Agenda


  • Continental Breakfast and Networking
  • Opening Keynote
  • REAL TALK SESSIONS
  • Lunch
  • Closing Keynote


$50.00 (Includes Materials, Continental Breakfast, Lunch)

Registration opens: July 15, 2019  

Registration closes: September 15, 2019




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