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By ARISE Foundation
For nearly a quarter century, ARISE has motivated troubled youth to open up about their lives and express themselves while learning the crucial life skills in the dynamic ARISE curriculum.

By ARISE Foundation
Enhancements and improvements make the ARISE curricula even more effective in helping at-risk youth learn important life skills.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Foundation will conduct the latest in a series of intensive staff training sessions that began in Washington in 2004. The training will assist the dedicated DYRS staff and others in teaching valuable life skills to the youth in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Life-Skills Facilitators learn how to conduct interactive group discussions and exciting activities with at-risk juvenile offenders, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Life Skills Facilitators learn how to conduct lively group discussions and activities with incarcerated, at-risk youth, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
The ARISE CHOICES: Drop It at the Door workshop teaches those that work in high-stress environments how to manage their emotions and lead happier, more fulfilling lives, both at work and at home.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Life Skills Instructors learn how to conduct interactive group discussions and exciting activities with at-risk juvenile offenders, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
Summary: Life Skills Instructors learn how to conduct lively group discussions and activities with at-risk youth, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
Life Skills Instructors learn how to conduct lively group discussions and activities with at-risk youth, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.



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