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Compared to other Children’s Wellness programs, our program will offer therapeutic-quality options of all of those services,

and more—delivered in one place, within one user-friendly, science-based, inter-active, flexible, yet structured technology- rich curriculum that participants will find fun and engaging.

In our program—in addition to behavior modification, mindfulness, and introductions to general health principles and practices—participants will be exposed to visual arts (e.g., drawing, painting, sculpting, videography, photography); performing arts (e.g., music,

dance, acting, orating); liberal arts (i.e., literary arts and STEM); as well as culinary arts. Throughout the program, they will be presented with opportunities to identify their individual talents in any number of these areas, and they receive support, guidance, and assistance from qualified staff to hone in on the talents that each individual decides to develop. There will be a person-centered plan for each child in the program.



Positive Behavior Supports

MH4K utilizes Positive Behavior Supports as an approach to eliminate challenging behaviors and replace them with pro- social skills while reducing the need for more intrusive interventions. Positive Behavior Supports are based on respect, dignity and, offering choices. Positive Behavior Supports are always age, gender, and developmentally appropriate.

  MH4K utilizes are: Supportive Environment

A safe and supportive environment ensures children get their needs met when they use socially acceptable behaviors. A

supportive, well organized environment reduces a consumer’s

need to use problem behaviors to obtain a response.



COMBATING TRUANCY: Attendance Matters.

A key component to MH4K is combatting truancy. Regular attendance is

an important factor in a student’s achievement at school and helps  

prepare students to be college and career ready. Missing just 2 school days a month makes a student more likely to drop out.

It has been well documented that absenteeism, and specifically truancy, is often a symptom of other things going on in the student’s life. Many times it is conflict at home, school and/or other circumstances that are influencing poor school attendance. There are many reasons for absenteeism and truancy that pose difficulties for students, families, and schools.

Best practice in addressing truancy are to utilize a wellness approach of early identification and intervention.