The Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $31,000 grant from
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation. These funds will support the Project SUCCESS/Crossroads Mentoring Program in the Lehigh Valley.
Project SUCCESS/Crossroads, is designed to prevent and reduce substance abuse and help young people who are most in danger of failure in school or other high-risk behaviors develop resiliency and coping skills so they can make healthy, positive choices to succeed in school and life. Currently, Project SUCCESS/Crossroads is serving children in 31 schools within Lehigh and Northampton County.
Prevention Programming offered by the Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. helps to further its mission, which is to give people, especially youth, the knowledge and tools they need to make better-informed and more positive life choices. The ability to make healthy choices is critical when people face peer pressure, loss, painful transitions and other difficulties. Armed with positive skills, participants are better able to make healthy decisions and avoid destructive behaviors while building resiliency.
The Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. facilitates interactive experience-based trainings and small groups that engage participants in meaningful learning. Most of the Center’s programs have been designed in response to the specific needs of schools and communities in the Lehigh Valley. The Center also offers many evidence-based programs that have been approved by the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP).
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation awards grants through a competitive application and review process