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Monday January 24, 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Peer Education - Peer Education
Peer Education is a leadership program that gives high school students the opportunity to use their talents to help their fellow classmates in need and connect them to supportive adults. There are 2 components of Peer Education: Rising Stars and Youth Court.Rising Star members are trained to provide accurate information to their peers on teenage issues, provide an outlet for their fellow peers to gain advice, and refer students in need to appropriate service providers when necessary. Students are more apt to express themselves or take advice from someone their own age versus an adult and often resist making connections when faced with stressors.Youth Court members form their own Youth Court within their high school. Members will hold roles such as Judge, Court Clerk, Advocate, or Jury Member and will follow a restorative justice approach to the court process. They will manage issues and cases as deemed appropriate by each high school and empower those that come before them. Come join us and use your leadership skills to make a positive change in your school!Click here to fill out the student application form (must be filled out to be considered for this program): https://forms.gle/PnyiTvLZyWBAtVRs7   
 
Tuesday January 25, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Parenting 101 - Parenting 101
A group for parents and caregivers who are looking to gain knowledge on developmental skills and expectations, routines, minimizing tantrums and behavioral issues and helping your child build healthy attachments and boundaries. Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT) For more information, please contact: Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at  (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:30 PM    Girls With A Purpose - Girls With A Purpose
Attention all middle school girls! Join us for girl talk and more! Participants have the opportunity to participate in fun activities that promote positive attitude, increased self-esteem, and decreased drama. Group members will turn experience into leadership, talk about how classmates treat each other, stop rumors from spreading, stop bullying in your school, promote positive body image, and ditch the drama. Join us for fun and new friends!*This program requires a full commitment to attending group every week and maintaining club member’s confidentiality.
 
Wednesday January 26, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Learning Through Books - Learning Through Books - Session I
Learning Through Books is a free developmental play group where parents and children ages 2.5 - 4 years use books and crafts to explore language, social emotional skills, counting, and engage with other parents, caregivers and children. Books are read aloud to the group and provided for each child to take home. Craft materials are provided for each session as well.Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT)For more information, please contact:Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity & Pride - Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity and Pride
What:  A new group combining everything you loved from ‘Let’s Talk About R.A.C.E. & L.G.B.Teens & Queens’ rolled into one! Open to all Bristol high school students who are passionate about advocating for change within their community and schools and explore issues that directly affect them.Ages: 14-18 (High school only)Dates: November 2021- June 2022Days: WednesdaysTimes: 5:30PM – 7:00PMWhere: Bristol Youth and Community Services (51 High St. Bristol, CT 06010)Fees: Free
 
Monday January 31, 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Peer Education - Peer Education
Peer Education is a leadership program that gives high school students the opportunity to use their talents to help their fellow classmates in need and connect them to supportive adults. There are 2 components of Peer Education: Rising Stars and Youth Court.Rising Star members are trained to provide accurate information to their peers on teenage issues, provide an outlet for their fellow peers to gain advice, and refer students in need to appropriate service providers when necessary. Students are more apt to express themselves or take advice from someone their own age versus an adult and often resist making connections when faced with stressors.Youth Court members form their own Youth Court within their high school. Members will hold roles such as Judge, Court Clerk, Advocate, or Jury Member and will follow a restorative justice approach to the court process. They will manage issues and cases as deemed appropriate by each high school and empower those that come before them. Come join us and use your leadership skills to make a positive change in your school!Click here to fill out the student application form (must be filled out to be considered for this program): https://forms.gle/PnyiTvLZyWBAtVRs7   
 
Tuesday February 1, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Parenting 101 - Parenting 101
A group for parents and caregivers who are looking to gain knowledge on developmental skills and expectations, routines, minimizing tantrums and behavioral issues and helping your child build healthy attachments and boundaries. Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT) For more information, please contact: Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at  (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:30 PM    Girls With A Purpose - Girls With A Purpose
Attention all middle school girls! Join us for girl talk and more! Participants have the opportunity to participate in fun activities that promote positive attitude, increased self-esteem, and decreased drama. Group members will turn experience into leadership, talk about how classmates treat each other, stop rumors from spreading, stop bullying in your school, promote positive body image, and ditch the drama. Join us for fun and new friends!*This program requires a full commitment to attending group every week and maintaining club member’s confidentiality.
 
Wednesday February 2, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Learning Through Books - Learning Through Books - Session I
Learning Through Books is a free developmental play group where parents and children ages 2.5 - 4 years use books and crafts to explore language, social emotional skills, counting, and engage with other parents, caregivers and children. Books are read aloud to the group and provided for each child to take home. Craft materials are provided for each session as well.Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT)For more information, please contact:Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Empower Hour - Empower Hour
Empower Hour is an after school empowerment program for elementary school age children. Participants will enjoy social skill building activities focused on adjusting to change, controlling impulsive behaviors and emotions, improving self-esteem, and making new friends!Elementary Age StudentsAges: 7-11 yearsDates: February 2, 2022-April 27, 2022Days: WednesdaysTime: 4:00-5:00PMLocation: Bristol Youth Services -51 High St. Bristol, CT Fees: Free
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity & Pride - Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity and Pride
What:  A new group combining everything you loved from ‘Let’s Talk About R.A.C.E. & L.G.B.Teens & Queens’ rolled into one! Open to all Bristol high school students who are passionate about advocating for change within their community and schools and explore issues that directly affect them.Ages: 14-18 (High school only)Dates: November 2021- June 2022Days: WednesdaysTimes: 5:30PM – 7:00PMWhere: Bristol Youth and Community Services (51 High St. Bristol, CT 06010)Fees: Free
 
Monday February 7, 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Peer Education - Peer Education
Peer Education is a leadership program that gives high school students the opportunity to use their talents to help their fellow classmates in need and connect them to supportive adults. There are 2 components of Peer Education: Rising Stars and Youth Court.Rising Star members are trained to provide accurate information to their peers on teenage issues, provide an outlet for their fellow peers to gain advice, and refer students in need to appropriate service providers when necessary. Students are more apt to express themselves or take advice from someone their own age versus an adult and often resist making connections when faced with stressors.Youth Court members form their own Youth Court within their high school. Members will hold roles such as Judge, Court Clerk, Advocate, or Jury Member and will follow a restorative justice approach to the court process. They will manage issues and cases as deemed appropriate by each high school and empower those that come before them. Come join us and use your leadership skills to make a positive change in your school!Click here to fill out the student application form (must be filled out to be considered for this program): https://forms.gle/PnyiTvLZyWBAtVRs7   
 
Tuesday February 8, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Parenting 101 - Parenting 101
A group for parents and caregivers who are looking to gain knowledge on developmental skills and expectations, routines, minimizing tantrums and behavioral issues and helping your child build healthy attachments and boundaries. Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT) For more information, please contact: Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at  (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:30 PM    Girls With A Purpose - Girls With A Purpose
Attention all middle school girls! Join us for girl talk and more! Participants have the opportunity to participate in fun activities that promote positive attitude, increased self-esteem, and decreased drama. Group members will turn experience into leadership, talk about how classmates treat each other, stop rumors from spreading, stop bullying in your school, promote positive body image, and ditch the drama. Join us for fun and new friends!*This program requires a full commitment to attending group every week and maintaining club member’s confidentiality.
 
Wednesday February 9, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Learning Through Books - Learning Through Books - Session I
Learning Through Books is a free developmental play group where parents and children ages 2.5 - 4 years use books and crafts to explore language, social emotional skills, counting, and engage with other parents, caregivers and children. Books are read aloud to the group and provided for each child to take home. Craft materials are provided for each session as well.Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT)For more information, please contact:Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Empower Hour - Empower Hour
Empower Hour is an after school empowerment program for elementary school age children. Participants will enjoy social skill building activities focused on adjusting to change, controlling impulsive behaviors and emotions, improving self-esteem, and making new friends!Elementary Age StudentsAges: 7-11 yearsDates: February 2, 2022-April 27, 2022Days: WednesdaysTime: 4:00-5:00PMLocation: Bristol Youth Services -51 High St. Bristol, CT Fees: Free
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity & Pride - Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity and Pride
What:  A new group combining everything you loved from ‘Let’s Talk About R.A.C.E. & L.G.B.Teens & Queens’ rolled into one! Open to all Bristol high school students who are passionate about advocating for change within their community and schools and explore issues that directly affect them.Ages: 14-18 (High school only)Dates: November 2021- June 2022Days: WednesdaysTimes: 5:30PM – 7:00PMWhere: Bristol Youth and Community Services (51 High St. Bristol, CT 06010)Fees: Free
 
Monday February 14, 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Peer Education - Peer Education
Peer Education is a leadership program that gives high school students the opportunity to use their talents to help their fellow classmates in need and connect them to supportive adults. There are 2 components of Peer Education: Rising Stars and Youth Court.Rising Star members are trained to provide accurate information to their peers on teenage issues, provide an outlet for their fellow peers to gain advice, and refer students in need to appropriate service providers when necessary. Students are more apt to express themselves or take advice from someone their own age versus an adult and often resist making connections when faced with stressors.Youth Court members form their own Youth Court within their high school. Members will hold roles such as Judge, Court Clerk, Advocate, or Jury Member and will follow a restorative justice approach to the court process. They will manage issues and cases as deemed appropriate by each high school and empower those that come before them. Come join us and use your leadership skills to make a positive change in your school!Click here to fill out the student application form (must be filled out to be considered for this program): https://forms.gle/PnyiTvLZyWBAtVRs7   
 
Tuesday February 15, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Parenting 101 - Parenting 101
A group for parents and caregivers who are looking to gain knowledge on developmental skills and expectations, routines, minimizing tantrums and behavioral issues and helping your child build healthy attachments and boundaries. Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT) For more information, please contact: Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at  (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:30 PM    Girls With A Purpose - Girls With A Purpose
Attention all middle school girls! Join us for girl talk and more! Participants have the opportunity to participate in fun activities that promote positive attitude, increased self-esteem, and decreased drama. Group members will turn experience into leadership, talk about how classmates treat each other, stop rumors from spreading, stop bullying in your school, promote positive body image, and ditch the drama. Join us for fun and new friends!*This program requires a full commitment to attending group every week and maintaining club member’s confidentiality.
 
Wednesday February 16, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Learning Through Books - Learning Through Books - Session I
Learning Through Books is a free developmental play group where parents and children ages 2.5 - 4 years use books and crafts to explore language, social emotional skills, counting, and engage with other parents, caregivers and children. Books are read aloud to the group and provided for each child to take home. Craft materials are provided for each session as well.Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT)For more information, please contact:Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Empower Hour - Empower Hour
Empower Hour is an after school empowerment program for elementary school age children. Participants will enjoy social skill building activities focused on adjusting to change, controlling impulsive behaviors and emotions, improving self-esteem, and making new friends!Elementary Age StudentsAges: 7-11 yearsDates: February 2, 2022-April 27, 2022Days: WednesdaysTime: 4:00-5:00PMLocation: Bristol Youth Services -51 High St. Bristol, CT Fees: Free
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity & Pride - Bristol Youth Celebrating Diversity and Pride
What:  A new group combining everything you loved from ‘Let’s Talk About R.A.C.E. & L.G.B.Teens & Queens’ rolled into one! Open to all Bristol high school students who are passionate about advocating for change within their community and schools and explore issues that directly affect them.Ages: 14-18 (High school only)Dates: November 2021- June 2022Days: WednesdaysTimes: 5:30PM – 7:00PMWhere: Bristol Youth and Community Services (51 High St. Bristol, CT 06010)Fees: Free
 
Monday February 21, 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Peer Education - Peer Education
Peer Education is a leadership program that gives high school students the opportunity to use their talents to help their fellow classmates in need and connect them to supportive adults. There are 2 components of Peer Education: Rising Stars and Youth Court.Rising Star members are trained to provide accurate information to their peers on teenage issues, provide an outlet for their fellow peers to gain advice, and refer students in need to appropriate service providers when necessary. Students are more apt to express themselves or take advice from someone their own age versus an adult and often resist making connections when faced with stressors.Youth Court members form their own Youth Court within their high school. Members will hold roles such as Judge, Court Clerk, Advocate, or Jury Member and will follow a restorative justice approach to the court process. They will manage issues and cases as deemed appropriate by each high school and empower those that come before them. Come join us and use your leadership skills to make a positive change in your school!Click here to fill out the student application form (must be filled out to be considered for this program): https://forms.gle/PnyiTvLZyWBAtVRs7   
 
Tuesday February 22, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Parenting 101 - Parenting 101
A group for parents and caregivers who are looking to gain knowledge on developmental skills and expectations, routines, minimizing tantrums and behavioral issues and helping your child build healthy attachments and boundaries. Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT) For more information, please contact: Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at  (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
Wednesday February 23, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Learning Through Books - Learning Through Books - Session I
Learning Through Books is a free developmental play group where parents and children ages 2.5 - 4 years use books and crafts to explore language, social emotional skills, counting, and engage with other parents, caregivers and children. Books are read aloud to the group and provided for each child to take home. Craft materials are provided for each session as well.Location: Youth & Community Services (51 High Street, Bristol, CT)For more information, please contact:Lauren Kittle, Clinical/Program Supervisor at (860) 314-4690 or LaurenKittle@bristolct.gov
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Empower Hour - Empower Hour
Empower Hour is an after school empowerment program for elementary school age children. Participants will enjoy social skill building activities focused on adjusting to change, controlling impulsive behaviors and emotions, improving self-esteem, and making new friends!Elementary Age StudentsAges: 7-11 yearsDates: February 2, 2022-April 27, 2022Days: WednesdaysTime: 4:00-5:00PMLocation: Bristol Youth Services -51 High St. Bristol, CT Fees: Free