This program, in partnership with 4-H, will focus on ways to handle gossiping, taunting and bullying. With the help of videos, worksheets, and activities this program is intended to prevent bullying for kids ages 8-11 years. Snack included.
This program, in partnership with 4-H, teaches kids how they can protect themselves from being bullied without being violent or becoming a bully themselves. It also discusses the different typces of bullying and how to hand them. Snack included.
Where Does Your Money Go?
Budgeting may sound complicated, but i can be a very basic personal finance skill. Whether you decide to make your budget bare-bones or detailed to the last dollar, the most important part of budgeting is to put it into practice. This class, in partnership with 4-H, will help you do just that.
Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?
This workshop, in partnership with 4-H, will provide people with practical information about the inheritance and transfer of non-titles personal property. The curriculum will help families communicate, make decisions, and lessen conflict.
DIAMONDS is a program for females between the ages of 7 and 18 that promotes healthy choices/ healthy relationships, helps them establish career goals, and works to increase self-esteem. Since its inception in 1995, the program has received a number of awards the positive impact it has had on the lives of youth and families.
Staff of the program work to:
- Improve the relationships between the parents and children/encourage family values.
- Promote social responsibility by involving youth in community service projects.
- Inform participants about the dangers of abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs(ATOD).
For more information about the DIAMONDS program please call 812.492.6721
YMCA Community Action Program (Y-CAP)
The Y-CAP program helps develop young boys into responsible, respectful young men. The program challenges participants to improve their overall academic performance and attitudes towards education in an effort to decrease delinquent behaviors at school and in the community. Activities included promote healthy and successful lifestyles and ways to sustain community collaborations through volunteerism. Y-CAP also sssists families of participants in identifying community resources to help meet their needs.For more information about Y-CAP please call 812.492.6723.
Youth Leadership & Sports Programs
The YMCA’s Youth Leadership & Sports Programs focus on different aspects of character development (i.e. developing leadership skills, conflict resolution techniques, and becoming a better citizen). Our sports programs give youth the opportunity to participate in FREE leagues that help develop their athletic and social skills, while our leadership programs prepare youth for different “real-world” situations that they will face. Our goal is that youth involved in our programs become the future leaders in their schools and in the community.
If you have questions about our Youth Leadership & Sports Programs, please call 812.492.6716.