Youth Service Programs
PALS Mentoring Program: Child Pals are elementary or middle school students that have been referred by the school or their parents. Adult Pals are trained volunteers who meet weekly with their assigned student during school hours. These consistent one-on-one relationships give children a role model and a dependable friend with whom they can share their feelings, hopes and dreams. CARE therapists meet with the Adult Pals on a weekly basis for training and supervision. To contact Rio Vista CARE regarding the Pals Program, Click Here
Positive Action: Positive Action is a curriculum taught to middle and high school students promoting self-esteem and prevention of substance abuse and peer conflict. Children are taught that positive feelings lead to positive actions. The effects of the program range from increased academic achievement to dramatic reductions in problem behaviors. CARE Positive Action Programs curriculum is taught at local schools during the school year and in summer sessions.
Girls Group – Building a better future one girl at a time: In 2014, this group meets at Riverview Middle School on a weekly basis and is aimed at helping students become successful in their future plans. Activities address current social/familial issues, bullying and cyber-bullying, prevention of risky behavior and are designed to enrich self-esteem and along with career and college development. The program provides young women the opportunity to build on one another for support and encouragement.
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- Our bi-lingual Outreach Worker provides weekly home visits to isolated rural families with children ages 0-18 through a grant from Solano County First Five Program and participates in family case conferencing calls with other services providers on a monthly basis to coordinate services.