The Adrian Dominican School of Education’s Counseling Department has been awarded $28,353.00 for 2012-2013 Success University, a Program of the Miami Beach Service Partnership to impact youth and families in accordance with The Children’s Trust and City of Miami Beach.
The Success University Program offers a variety of programming to reduce truancy and prepare our youth and families for success. The primary goal of the program is to address the root causes of excessive absences for our middle and high school students, while providing support for families that are experiencing the negative influences of community stress factors.
Youth and families are provided with program services such as:
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families
- Family Group Conferencing
- Care Coordination
- Gap Services
- Employment Services
- Referral Services
- Transportation Services
ADSOE Graduate students are trained to work with youth and families who have not had access to educational and economic opportunities, preparing youth for academic success and strengthening families through the provision of:
- Intake and Assessments
- Care Plan Contact and Follow-up Services
- Mental Health Assessments
- Individual and Family Counseling sessions.