Family Support Services
Our youth education offerings provide opportunities for teens and young adults to study, prepare for the workforce, connect with one another and receive encouragement they need to succeed in the years ahead.
Center for Support and Success
Our Center for Support and Success Learning Center is designed for young parents looking to complete high school, prepare for the GED, plan for post-secondary education, or enter the workforce. Services include tutoring, ACT prep, college applications and resume writing. These services are available to current participants.
Chat Circle groups are open to young women between 13 and 18 years of age. Chat Circles meet once a month and are open to new participants and graduates of Teen Chat groups. Each session is focused on a single topic, such as positive self-talk or setting personal goals.
Students With A Goal (SWAG)
SWAG helps youth, ages 10-17, understand the characteristics of healthy relationships. The curriculum includes activities that help youth develop criteria for evaluating any relationship. The program teaches peer refusal skills, positive peer relations, positive relations with caring adults, and abstaining from risky behaviors.
Our nine-week Teen Chat program works with young women ages 13 to 18, helping them to develop self-empowerment skills, pro-social relationship skills and positive self-image. The program also provides a framework for personal goal setting.
Teen Block (Using the TOP curriculum, funded by PREP)
The NCHS Youth Education Team delivers the Wyman’s Teen Outreach Program® (TOP®) in Omaha-area middle schools to promote healthy social and emotional skills, develop a positive sense of self, and increase the connection to the larger community through service-learning opportunities.
Wise Guys is a nine-session group intervention program for adolescent males designed to prevent unplanned pregnancy by teaching self-responsibility in the areas of sexual development, decision-making, and relationships.