The YES program is a course that allows youth a chance to educate themselves on why they are shoplifting and how they can empower themselves to stop this behavior in the future. Empower the youth in your life to make responsible life decisions.
What is the YES Program?
YES students first participate in an individual home-based study, presented in a CD/Workbook format. When this is complete, students will then participate in 6 hours of group class time. Active participation in the classroom segment directly affects the outcome of the course for the youth.
Topics Addressed in the YES Program
The YES Program covers a wide range of topics within a well-designed curriculum. Students will learn the feelings, stresses and reason within their life that causes them to shoplift. Students will cover making choices, risk-taking versus reward, and the consequences of further shoplifting charges. The program offers youth a chance to learn about their shoplifting experience through self-exploration, peer group discussions and individual activities.
There is a $75.00 non-refundable fee for the YES Program, payable upon registration for the course.
YES Registration Form
For more information and registration contact Diane Casale at 603.432.8882 x14
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