Developing strong character and a personal code of ethics can set individuals on a promising path for the future. With programs that focus on strengthening social and emotional skills and avoiding poor decisions and health-damaging behaviors, Compass Mark has many effective tools for helping to build the resiliency needed in today’s world.
The SkillQuest program consists of curriculum topics developed to provide middle school students with skills to help them become successful, happy and responsible members of their communities, including Bully Busting, Anger Alert, Stressed Out, Transitions and Cultural Diversity/Tolerance.
Designed to prevent youth gambling AND so much more! Students learn about addiction as well as decision-making skills, ways to increase their resiliency, improved coping strategies and refusal skills. FREE program in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties.
EYSP is a school-based, small-group early intervention/prevention program for students in grades K-5 at risk for substance abuse and other health-damaging behaviors.
Student Skills for Life is a group educational experience which serves as:
The program provides experiential life skills training, and may include drug & alcohol assessments and parenting classes when appropriate.
The Strengthening Families Program helps families learn how to communicate with each other and improve the relationships between parents and teens ages 10-14. The first hour of each session the parents and teens meet separately with their group leaders. During the second hour, everyone comes together to participate in fun activities that reinforce the ideas and skills learned in the individual sessions.
Campus Resiliency is a customizable menu of programs and services designed to reduce levels of substance use and other problem behaviors on higher education campuses while building strong personal resiliency skills among students.
Lions Quest is a life skills education program designed to help young people in grades K-12 develop positive commitments to their families, schools, peers, and communities and to encourage healthy, drug-free lives.
The PATHS program promotes social and emotional learning, character development and bullying prevention for children in grades K-6.
Prevention Works is a customizable menu of programs and services designed to prevent workplace substance abuse while enhancing employee teamwork, communication and mutual respect.
The Baby Think It Over program provides a real-life, hands-on experience for young adults in middle school that simulate the parenting of an infant by utilizing computerized babies, which are programmed to cry for different needs.
Not sure which programs are right for you? Let us save you time and make sure you find the best services to match the needs of your school, workplace, community or organization. Contact Carol Kuntz today at (717) 299-2831 ext. 232 for a free assessment.