Extended Family for Kids Leader Training hosted by Jefferson Co. District Attorney’s Office-Bessemer Division

September 20, 2022

Time:

08:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location:

Lawson State Community College-Bessemer Campus, 1100 9th Avenue Southwest, Bessemer, AL 35022

Contact:

Laure Clemons

Phone:

256-927-7997

Price:

$50.00

TO REGISTER BY SEPT. 9: click on link to Eventbrite Registration page
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/extended-family-for-kids-leader-training-hosted-by-jeff-co-da-bessemer-tickets-355165207697

Extended Family for Kids (EFK) is an evidence-based, 9-lesson curriculum for students grades K-12 with a loved one incarcerated. EFK teaches students how to make healthy life-style choices, so they can improve their quality of life emotionally, mentally, and physically. EFK Lessons build self-esteem, ease feelings of shame, ease isolation, decrease stress, address anger issues, and strengthen communication skills.
Registration Includes

  • Extended Family for Kids Curriculum Guide ($200 value) for each participant, which includes detailed program leader instructions, Lesson activities and handouts, evaluation Feedback Forms, sample letters to parents and guardians, and more.
  • Participant Training supplies, including EFK info packet, handouts, and Training activity supplies
  • Extended Family for Kids Program Leader T-shirt
  • Custom Extended Family for Kids Leader Certificate of Completion
  • Training visual presentations via PowerPoint and other demonstrations
  • Breakfast and Lunch for participants
  • Trainer, Laure Clemons, author, Extended Family for Kids

TO LEARN MORE: Read about other EFK Trainings at these links:
https://www.extendedfamilyhelp.org/for-kids-faqs/
https://www.extendedfamilyhelp.org/news/morgan-county-superintendent-attends-efk-leader-training/
https://www.extendedfamilyhelp.org/news/this-training-is-more-than-a-curriculum-it-will-change-lives/

QUESTIONS? Contact Laure Clemons, Extended Family Executive Director, 256-927-7997, laure@extendedfamilyhelp.org

This Training was supported by Subgrant #2022-JF-C1-92 awarded by the Law Enforcement/Traffic Safety Division of ADECA and the U.