The Youth Project
In 2003, The Lionheart Foundation launched The National Emotional Literacy Project for Youth-At-Risk. This project consists of two major programs:
1. The Power Source Program for highly at-risk adolescents
Through this initiative, adolescents learn social emotional learning strategies to carve out a new way of life – helping them break cycles of negative high-risk behavior; heal shame, anger and grief; and emerge with a new sense of self and a positive future orientation.
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I decided to run a group withPower Source. The kids loved it. It’s an amazing program. I have been looking for something like this for a long time.
– Psychologist, Allentown, PA
Young People Meditating
2. The Power Source Parenting Program for at-risk teen parents
The Power Source Parenting Program is designed to help young at-risk parents break intergenerational cycles of abuse and neglect. It was created to give at risk teen parents the guidance and skills they need to be loving, effective parents and raise healthy children.
Power Source Parenting is awesome! When I started reading the book I did not want to put it down. I felt I could relate to the stories in the book whether I was 14 or 24 years old. I am 24 now and I can remember when I had my first daughter at 14, having the feeling the teens in the book described. This book has offered not only many techniques and skills to better myself as a parent but has now offered me the opportunity to pay it forward.
– Health Educator, San Benito, TX