The New Leaf Club is a space where people can relax, connect and grow. Programs available at the New Leaf Club engage teens and young adults in our community to express themselves through art, theatre, music and writing.
"The Jessica Easter" film is about the death of a local teenager at the hands of a local underage driver who was under the influence of substances. Our goal is to have all our high school sophomores view this video as part of their health curriculum.
Teens Speak was a Coalition event featuring members of the Youth Advisory Council. Topics such as drugs and alcohol, peer and romantic relationships, technology, online image and body image were discussed.
A group of teenagers on the Main Line has found a way to make more of their peers aware of Pennsylvania's Good Samaritan law. They've produced a video on underage drinking and posted it on YouTube.
This fall, many colleges are requiring their Incoming Freshman to take an online course before coming to campus which will engage the student in learning about alcohol, drugs and sexual violence.
Eight high school bands perform at MilkBoy Coffee in Ardmore in teen music competition. Funds were raised for a music and mentoring organization dedicated to empowering girls through music.
Cyberbullying is different from traditional bullying. Learn how you can prevent it and report it when it happens. Strategies are available for parents on the implications of technology and social networking on young people.
On Thursday, January 9, 2014, The Agnes Irwin School and Radnor Township School District held a presentation by author Rachel Simmons. Ms. Simmons provided parents with strategies to help kids cope with best friends, worst enemies, and everything in between.
To learn more about this presentation, view the following: Students hear a discussion on how your friend can become a bully.