"How To Adult" Comes to Clyde-Savannah

"How To Adult" Comes to Clyde-Savannah
Posted on 01/23/2019
Clyde-Savannah breaking news

The “How To Adult” program provided through the Thriving Families Program (TFP) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families will be returning to Clyde-Savannah for the third year.  Based on the program’s success and popularity of the past two years, the program has been expanded and will be presented to both sophomore and senior students every Thursday beginning on January 31, 2019 and continuing through May 30. 

The “How To Adult” program is designed especially for high school students preparing for adulthood.  The focus of this program is on building healthy relationships among youth. The program helps to inform youth on techniques such as learning emotional regulation, communication skills, how to identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, and how to identify unsafe situations within relationships. 

“How To Adult” is presented and led by licensed therapists.  The program is free of charge and designed to be fun, interactive, and non-judgmental.  If you have any further questions, please visit the Thriving Families website at  http://ourtfp.org/.