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Is a peer to peer support group for students K-12. We meet at school in a class setting with 4-8 students and talk about anything that might be causing stress. We work with school counselors to foster a safe, healthy and productive school experience.
Our program provides fun activities to help build healthy relationships and build friendships. The groups are designed to teach students how to be positive and to support each other. In addition; the groups provide a time to talk and process with their peers what is happening in their world today.
Our goal is to help students overcome barriers so that they may achieve, advance, and remain in school.
SAP is such an important program because it gives the students of Lake Havasu City a place to share and express and understand their emotions. Our mission is to provide our students with the tools to express themselves responsibly. I love giving these students an outlet where they can learn and grow from their experiences.
Self-esteem, friendship, alcohol & other drugs, communication, problem solving.
A support group for young children affected by parental substance abuse.
Two Support group manuals: Assisting the bully in change and caring for the victim
Teaching compassion and responsibility to young children.
Help children learn effective ways of dealing with stress & angry feelings
A two-part manual: a grief and loss group for children and teens following a crisis or death.
Friendship skills: making and keeping friends.
Healing from loss: death, trauma, moving transition, etc.
Helping students develop positive self-esteem.
Havasu Community Health Foundation (HCHF)
2126 McCulloch Blvd N Suite 14
Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403
Phone: (928) 453-8190 Fax: (928) 453-8236
Open 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday
HCHF is a 501(c)3 public charity
Taxpayer identification #20-1839858