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Guiding Good Choices

SRSLY is partnering with St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea and the Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan to lead free "Guiding Good Choices" parent workshops in Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, and Stockbridge. Due to COVID-19, our workshops will now be held virtually via Zoom.

These workshops help parents with communication, bonding, and setting rules and boundaries. Parents, guardians and/or grandparents are welcome to attend. The program works best with caregivers who have a child between the ages of 9-14, but is open to anyone. The workshop includes 5 sessions, held for 2 hours once a week.

This program is evidence based, and is proven to reduce substance abuse and other problematic behaviors among kids whose parent participates.Those who participate in the Guiding Good Choices workshops can reduce their kids' chances of drug use by 40%.

Virtual Lunch & Learn Guiding Good Choices Workshops

Bring your lunch and learn some skills!
Learn how to help your youth build or improve upon skills such as boundary setting, decision making, and resiliency in one of the following FREE, interactive, informal, 5-week workshop series being offered this spring and summer. Register below:

May 27 - June 24 (afternoons)

The workshop includes 5 sessions, held once a week: Thursdays, May 27 - June 24 from 12pm-2pm

July 13 - August 10 (afternoons)

The workshop includes 5 sessions, held once a week: Tuesdays, July 13 - August 10 from 12pm-2pm

July 13 - August 10 (evenings)

The workshop includes 5 sessions, held once a week: Tuesdays, July 13 - August 10 from 6pm-8pm.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the workshop.

Interested in Our Next Sessions?

If you are interested in being notified when our next Guiding Good Choices workshops are scheduled, please fill out this form to sign up for our email list, or email our coordinator at ggc@srslycoalition.org.

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