Community Driven l Youth Engagement l Stronger Keweenaw
TOP Club meets weekly for an hour and includes hands-on lessons, activities, and 20 hours of community service to build resilience and leadership skills.
All teens who participate will have the opportunity to be part of activities including escape rooms, museum visits, ice cream socials, and more!
Learn more at the TOP Club website: uptopclubs.com
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Funded by Portage Health Foundation
Guiding Good Choices (GGC) is a free family class for anyone who interacts with middle schoolers. It provides the skills to reduce youth's risk for using alcohol/other drugs.
The class is six sessions of two hours each week. Children are required to attend one session that teaches peer resistance skills. The other sessions are solely for parents and include instruction on:
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Dial Help staff from the Victim Services Unit are offering a free course for Human Trafficking Education. This course will provide you with a better understanding of how Human Trafficking works and the ways you can look out for exploited persons, especially youth.
Join us Wednesday Jan. 25th at the CLK Commons. Advocates will be available afterward for questions, supports and resources.
This event is sponsored by The Division of Victim Services Michigan and Houghton/Keweenaw Communities That Care.