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General Information

Summary Paragraph

The Raising Resilient Youth training is a component of The Creating Lasting Family Connections® (CLFC) Fatherhood Program: Family Reintegration. In this component of the curriculum, families are asked to examine and enhance their ability to develop and implement expectations and consequences with their children in all areas of interest and concern. Parents are taught how to include their children's active participation in setting both expectations and consequences on a wide variety of important issues like alcohol and drugs. When the NREPP-listed CLFC Fatherhood Program is implemented in its entirety, training is required for program fidelity. Training is not required, but is strongly recommended, for implementing individual CLFC program modules.


Curriculum Purpose

The "Raising Resilient Youth" training operates under the overarching premise that it is possible for parents to learn more effective parenting knowledge, attitudes, and skills, if they receive the opportunity to practice and test out these skills in a safe environment. If practiced enough, these skills can become the natural way of responding to children. The curriculum increases a parent's ability to express warmth, love, and high expectations for success in the family.

Curriculum Type Responsible Fatherhood / Parenting
Edition 2007
Other Versions Available Yes- Spanish
Total Hours 5.00 to 10.00 hours
Total Hours Flexible Yes
Frequency It is recommended that sessions are held once or twice per week.
Frequency Flexible Yes
Delivery Format In-Person
Optional Topic Areas Available Yes
Supplemental Facilitator Aids Available Yes
Curriculum Has Been Evaluated Yes
Other Languages Available Yes

Target Learner Characteristics

Age Adult populations 18 and over
Income Level Not Specified
Race / Ethnicity Black, Latino
Education / Literacy Level Not Specified
Relationship Status Not Specified
Military Family Not Specified
Incarcerated Father Not Specified
Non-residental Father Yes
Multi-partner Family Not Specified
Step Family Not Specified
Expectant Family Not Specified
Parents Not Specified
Relationship In-Distress Not Specified

Costs

Basic Instructional Materials Raising Resilient Youth Trainer Manual; Raising Resilient Youth Notebooks (25); Poster Set
Basic Materials Cost $250.00
Additional Training Costs Yes
Copies Can Be Made No
Discounts Yes

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance is Available Yes

Evaluation Tools

Customer Satisfaction Survey Available Yes
Pre/Post Tests Available Yes
Additional Cost Yes
Test Grading Options Not Specified

Facilitator Requirements

Facilitator Qualifications Outgoing and caring personality; non-judgmental/tolerant of different opinions; able to handle/accept ambiguity; able to hold and model moderate beliefs and attitudes; natural helping attitude; has experienced successful group oriented personal growth opportunities; able to recognize, name, and express feelings as they occur; able to build meaningful relationships
Additional Teaching Requirements Trainer should demonstrate knowledge and skills of the curriculum, available support services and have access to assitance or supervision for referrals.
Technology Requirements Not Specified
Instructional Approach The "Raising Resilient Youth" training operates under the overarching premise that it is possible for parents to learn more effective parenting knowledge, attitudes, and skills, if they are given the opportunity to practice and test out these skills in a closed group setting with other interested adults or parents. The structured program was designed using a wide variety of learner focused, experiential learning techniques and special hands-on participatory activities. The program is designed to be facilitated by two trained and certified CLFC/RRY trainers who also provide opportunities for participants to receive additional practice in private case management sessions.
Who Attends Adults (adult caregivers, concerned persons, older siblings or parents, ages 18 and up)
Group Size 12 to 18
Facilitator Training Required No

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