“My grandson is so happy to be a part of this program, he enjoys it a lot and I see such a huge difference in his behavior already. He will definitely be continuing with this program for a while” said grandma of middle school View U participant.
There’s no question that the pandemic has been hard on children, whether or not their schools have reopened. A flood of research in recent months has found alarming spikes in depression and anxiety among children and their parents. Parents reached out to us for help so we designed a program that can improve mental health for our youth. The View U program provides opportunities for youth to use their time in positive ways, identify and cope with problems, build self-esteem, develop peer leadership skills, participate in bullying prevention activities, and mentorship opportunities. This program will serve more than 500 youth annually.
Registration is open to youth ages 11-18 in Southern California
Waitlist is open for ages 7-10
Official verified provider of mental health and Care Solace partner
Girls and Non-Binary (Tuesdays) 5:00PM-6:00PM
Boys and Non-Binary (Thursdays) 5:00PM-6:00PM
Girls and Non-Binary (Tuesdays)6:15PM-7:15PM
Boys and Non-Binary (Thursdays) 6:15PM-7:15PM
Includes all 7 one-hour sessions. No insurance information collected.
Receive a scholarship valued at over $150! Includes all 7 one-hour sessions. No insurance information collected.
Includes all 7 one-hour sessions. No copay, zero-cost. Insurances accepted include Magellan, Cigna, TriCare, Beacon Health Options, Kaiser, and Aetna
This month, kids in the After School Program participated in a fun personal insight activity led by Tara Farajian, LCSW. The kids took the five love language test and discussed what it meant for them to feel loved by friends and family. Tara challenged the group to make an effort to show a friend some love by giving them a hug, gift, or just saying something kind.