POP-Positive Option Programs:
The program is designed to increase drug and alcohol awareness, help develop the ability to make healthier decisions, and promote positive options to substance abuse. The strategies use d build protective factors in youth, reflecting the 40 developmental Assets for youth framework, identified by the Search Institute. The program serves approximately 80 low income-at-risk children from Melrose Elementary and 45 low-income at-risk children from Citrus Grove Elementary.
Citrus Grove Elementary School Out-of-School Program is sponsored by the City of Miami, and Jarden Consumer Solutions, Inc., serving approximately 45 children every school year. In this program, students are able to demonstrate knowledge gained from Prevention/social competence sessions, increase knowledge in self-awareness of illegal drugs, alcohol, and substance abuse, and ultimately gain positive attitudes toward resisting peer pressure. The POP program also provide students with the requisite of the learning element components such as reading and arithmetic skill sessions through tutoring and reading evaluations, combined with physical activities. Age, and grade groups classify the participants and it involves school personnel and parents in the overall programming. The POP Program is in high demand and continues to become a preferred after school program amongst parents, and school administrators.
The Children’s Trust funds Regis Houses After school program at Melrose Elementary to provide Literacy enhancement, social skills development and Physical fitness to approximately 80 children every year in grades 3-5, who are attending or residing in the Melrose community. Structure activities are homework assistance, pro-social activities, reading enhancement, recreational activities, and field trips to area cultural attractions.
LST-Life Skills Training Program:
Regis House provides Life Skills training program at Redland Middle School, to (245) students who are at risk and of low income. The LST curriculum is provided during the school day, and occurs during health/science class, which is a required course. The LST consists of the three major components that cover the critical domains found to promote drug use, drug resistance skills, personal management skills, and general social skills. The students are ages 11-15, in grades 7-8. Regis House also links families to appropriate community resources as needed and work with the community to provide information to families.
HOP-Healthy Outreach Program:
This program is a collaborative effort with DCF-Department of Children & Families-serving Circuit 11 and is funded by DHS-Department of Human Services. The target client population for this program is 425 clients per calendar year and the program has surpassed the goal by serving over 1,400 clients every year.
Lifeline Program-Liberty City and Brownville Communities:
This program is sponsored by The Children Trust. Regis House, Inc. is a partner/collaborator providing case management and outreach services to clients in the Liberty City and Brownsville neighborhoods. The goals is to serve 100 clients per calendar year, ages 16-19 and are referred to us by Drew Middle, Brownsville Middle, Northwestern, and Allaphattah Middle Schools.
Natalie Herradon, MS - Outpatient Services
Manny Fraga, Jr., CEO
Antonio Anguiano, LCSW - Dir. Clinical Services