The Center for Self-Sufficiency (CFSS) facilitates a variety of evidence-based curricula for youth and adults in schools, after-school settings, community and faith-based settings, and in correctional centers. The educational programs – which can be from 8 to 16 lessons/hours in length – are offered in a series of classes in either a one-hour session once a week or a two-day focused weekend retreat.
- Guidance on navigating the world of teen relationships
- Lessons in self-awareness, future direction, and planning
- Topics such as maturity, goal-setting, peer pressure, date violence prevention, communication and conflict management
- Topics such as attractions, infatuation, intimacy, and realistic concepts of love
- The nature of romantic attractions
- How to build healthy relationships
- Relationship skill-building
- Healthy decision-making
- Development of sustainable and healthy marriages and relationships that benefit individuals and their children
- Lessons in communication, conflict management, commitment, expectations, emotional and physical safety, and effects relationship choices have on children
To learn more about bringing healthy relationship and/or healthy marriage education to your classroom, community club, correctional facility or church group, contact Tanya Williams at 414-375-9359.