To thrive, kids need to trust in their own capabilities while, at the same time, knowing that they can handle it if they aren’t successful at something. It’s by experiencing mastery and rebounding from failure that they develop healthy self-confidence. Here are 12 ways you can set kids up to feel capable and get the most mileage out of their skills and talents.
You can protect your child during these times by being there and stopping them from getting guns, drugs, or other dangerous things that could lead to death. When your child was little you may have baby-proofed your home. A similar approach is needed when your child is under intense stress or distress. This tool can help you make decisions about how to protect your child.
A sobering look at the facts about foster care and the impact on those who have experienced foster care. Multiple sources of information help create a picture of foster care.
The mission of the Teen Project is to provide healing and hope to young women who have survived human trafficking and homelessness, many from foster care, by innovating programs focused on drug treatment, psychotherapy, life skills, higher education and mentoring all with a trauma-informed lens. The Teen Project is a nonprofit 501c3 serving at risk young women. We provide drug treatment at no cost to eligible recipients through the support of County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC) and our gracious donors. The Teen Project is a parent to the parentless providing young women without resources with a chance at life.
Students who’ve experienced life in a foster home or group home often need extra support and resources to ensure they succeed in college. Here you’ll learn about the many ways your CSU campus can help you thrive from the day you start your academic career until you earn your degree.
- Campus Support
- Applying to the CSU
- Foster Youth Programs
- Financial Aid.