The Mental Health and Wellness Program was created in efforts to support the CC4C children and their entire family. In that spirit, each program was designed to help develop the strength and resilience needed to give unconditional love to each other as well as learning tools to decipher what they are feeling and why.
The Mental Health and Wellness offers many areas of assistance; Groups & Individual Workshops, Tribe, and Sibling Day.
Groups & Individual Workshops (Tools 4 Teens “T4T” & Hope & Vision Workshop “HVW”):
T4T are small groups for teens to learn science based tools to increase well being and navigate their emotions. It can include up to 10 sessions of Flourishing Skills which include: positive introductions, signature strengths, amplify gratitude, mindfulness and savoring, increasing positivity in relationships, visualization, reframing mind chatter, habit change, cultivating forgiveness and cultivating intuition (inner wisdom). The HVW is a hands-on, interactive workshop to identify core values, build hope, connect with one’s “Why” and create a foundation to support one’s purpose. It includes positive psychology tools on how to identify core values, increase mindfulness and help with visualization to support one’s goals.
Tribe is a monthly group gathering for all CC4C moms to connect, share resources, have fun while exploring well being tools.
Sibling Sunday is a regular group gathering designed to focus on the sibling of the CC4C child to experience fun, refreshment and tools to address their specific challenges.