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Canyons Family Center - Monthly Classes

September Monthly Classes start 9/5 and 9/6/2017
October Monthly Classes start 10/3 and 10/4/2017
November Monthly Classes start 11/7 and 11/8/2017
December Monthly Classes start 12/5 and 12/6/2017


* Early Intervention Classes (4-week series) run every Wednesday. Participants can start any week.

Please call 801-826-8190 to Register!

Tuesday Classes (6:30 - 8:30 pm):

Truancy: Solving School Attendance Difficulties As of the start of the 2017-18 school year, any student / family in need of supprts regarding improving school attendance are encouraged to schedule an Intake appointment at the Canyons Family Center. Please call 801-826-8190 to set up this appointment.

Staying in Control: Anger Management - Middle School level (3-week class): This course is designed for the young adolescent (grades 6 - 8), and covers a variety of topics including, anger triggers, emotional self-management, peer presure, communication skills, problem solving, coping, and relaxation techniques. A parent/gaurdian is required to attend with the student. This class runs the first three weeks of each month, and participants must begin the first week.

Wednesday Classes (6:30 - 8:30 pm):

Early Intervention (4-week class): The Early Intervention class is designed for students (6th through 12th grade) who may have made poor decisions regarding drugs and alcohol, and may be at-risk for further substance-abuse related issues.The class includes specific lessons on problem-solving, decision-making, communication skills, mood management, the stages of adolescent drug/alcohol dependency, and basic drug/alcohol information. A parent/guardian is required to attend the class with the student. Participants can begin this class any Wednesday.

Keeping Cool: Anger Management - Elementary level (3 week class): This course is designed to assist the younger student (grades 3 -5) in learning about their emotions and behaviors. Specific lessons will help students identify their emotional triggers, and develop strategies for improved self-management, coping skills, problem-solving, and relaxation. A parent/guardian is required to attend the class with the student. This class runs the first three weeks of each month, and participants must begin the first week.