In-School Programs

Over 900+ students each year participate in state-of-the-art Prevention and Counseling programs at the Hommocks Middle School.  Our staff of trained professionals provides two main programs:

Life Skills Classes: 6th and 7th Grade – all 750 children participate

  • Life Skills groups are focused on skill development, training youngsters in problem solving, decision making, and communication and socialization skills, as well as a drug and alcohol prevention curriculum.

Advocacy Groups: Approximately 150 students self-selected 8th Grade Students

  • Advocacy Group is a voluntary program that provide students the experience of being in a small group with their peers, led by a professional from the Community Counseling Center.  The group’s purpose is to develop skills for advocacy and self-empowerment, enhance self-expression and communication skills, while promoting self-esteem and leadership skills.