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FARM- ARTS FESTIVAL

  “The formula worked – it was perfect!” each SAFE Foundation Junior Board member happily agreed after their successful first event, held on Saturday night, August 22n at the Ashkenazie Beach in Loch Arbour. They were referring to FARM (For All Raging Minds,) the Hawaiian-Style Arts Festival which attracted 600 guests aged 18-30; what many [...]

May 5th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on FARM- ARTS FESTIVAL

Connection and Prevention- Learning the Art of the Open-Ended Question

By The SAFE Foundation Teens who receive clear messages from their parents about their disapproval of substance abuse and gambling are more likely to stay away from those harmful habits. From this, we see that meaningful discussions within the family are crucial in terms of keeping your children on a safe path. However, it is [...]

May 5th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Connection and Prevention- Learning the Art of the Open-Ended Question

Project SAFE- Strengthening Every Age

“Quite busy!” is the best way to describe activity on the phones and calendars of The SAFE Foundation’s Director of Project SAFE, Director of School Programs, and the Director of Parent Programs. Under Ike Dweck, CASAC, CPGC, the Founder and Director of SAFE, all departments have been bringing vital awareness on a range of topics [...]

May 2nd, 2016|Articles, Blog, School Programs|Comments Off on Project SAFE- Strengthening Every Age

Controlling Criticism

“The way we speak to our children becomes their inner voice.” Peggy O’Mara, editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine. Having a positive self-regard is especially important when speaking about preventing substance abuse; a person who thinks of him or herself favorably is better able to withstand negative peer pressure and to do what he or [...]

May 2nd, 2016|Articles, Postive Parenting|Comments Off on Controlling Criticism