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SNAP (Stop Now and Plan) - Teaching Youth to Control Their Anger and Impulses
Auberle is proud to have been successfully offering the SNAP® (Stop Now and Plan) Program throughout southwestern, PA for 5 years, beginning with boys and since expanding to service to young girls, community sites and classrooms. Please view our 5-year report on service to young boys, highlighting the significant outcomes from Auberle's 5-year history with the program.
With nine program components for success, the SNAP® (Stop Now and Plan) Program for young boys and the SNAP® Girls Connection Program are designed for children ages 6-11 who are participating in antisocial behavior and/or have come in contact with police as a result of their own behavior.
SNAP® helps children and parents deal effectively with anger by teaching them how to respond in a way that makes their problems smaller, not bigger. With help and practice, children and parents are able to stop, calm down and generate positive solutions at the 'snap of their fingers.'
Children and their families may participate in some or all of the following program components (based on their needs) with the goal of preventing future antisocial behavior and reducing the chances of becoming in conflict with the law. Experienced and highly trained staff work together with you to assess the problems and create an action plan.
- SNAP® for Boys and SNAP® Girls Connection Groups
- SNAP® Parent Group
- Homework Club/Tutoring
- Individual Befriending/Community Connections
- School Advocacy/Teacher Support Services
- SNAPParenting and Individual Family Counseling
- Victim Restitution
- TAPP-C (The Arson Prevention Program for Children)
- Long Term Connections & Continued Care Components
If you're interested in having your child participate in the SNAP® Program, complete this form or please contact our SNAP® Manager Keshona Beasley at 412-673-5856 ext. 1232 or by email at email@example.com
SNAP® is a registered trademark owned by the Child Development Institute Center for Children Committing Offenses, Toronto, Canada and is being used under license by Auberle. For more information on the SNAP® model please see www.stopnowandplan.com