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By Carolina Youth Development Center
Carolina Youth Development Center (CYDC) has been awarded a $175,000 PropelNext grant from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation and will also receive strategic consulting to strengthen its program design and build a performance management system.
By Dusty's Riders
A recent move to Gibson Ranch will enable Dusty's Riders, a non-profit organization that offers at-risk youth the opportunity to spend a day with horses in a natural environment, to reach more at-risk youth in the Los Angeles area.
By Androscoggin Bank
Androscoggin Bank today announced the recipients of four Impact Grants as a part of the Bank’s MainStreet Foundation grant program. The Grants awarded total $14,000 and benefit at-risk youth throughout Maine and New England.
By Vicki Mastro
Designated 'Mix it Up' Model School by the Southern Poverty Law Center
By Jana Harmon
Need some tax relief? Take a break from your taxes and dive into a delectable Southern Style Brunch, peruse an amazing Silent Auction and delight in the soulful sounds of the Sylvia St. James Gospel Choir, all while supporting a wonderful cause.
This new work tells the story of a county-wide alternative high school for chronically disruptive and disaffected students that in 1986.
By Marian Middle School
Don’t be left green with envy … Tickets going fast for “A Wicked Good Time,” the annual auction and dinner gala benefiting Marian Middle School.
By OKC Youth Wrestling Foundation
Wrestling Team Honors Boys who Competed in Wrestling and Improved Academically and Behaviorally
By Edmund Benson
You might be surprised to learn that less than $1.00 can buy a new direction and new hope for at-risk kids.
By Edmund Benson
The ARISE Positivity E-Cards are a unique way of saying; You’ve Been Noticed Doing Something Very Good, Don’t Get Steamed…
By Edmund Benson
There is a way to drastically reduce the enormous number of tax dollars spent dealing with criminals
By Edmund Benson
ARISE life-skills lessons for teens, have been helping incarcerated youth build self-esteem, control anger, discover the value of education, make better decisions, communicate effectively and choose better relationships.
By Edmund Benson
‘Happily Ever After,’ is a concept too often relegated to bedtime stories and family movies. Help doesn’t float down inside a magic bubble and three clicks of your heels won’t transport you home.
By Edmund Benson
North Palm Beach, FL – ARISE celebrates 15 years of evidence based success, educating high-risk youth in over 119 Juvenile Justice Facilities across the state of Florida.
By Edmund Benson
The nonprofit ARISE Foundation is gearing up for a weeklong train-the-trainer workshop October 17th - 21st in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Juvenile Justice staff and those working with at-risk populations in a variety of settings will attend.
By vicki mastro
Ettie Lee successfully employs Linehan's evidence based treatment model for work with at risk adolescent boys.
By Joliett Vega-Klucevsek
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has confirmed ARISE’s participation in the 2011 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) as a member of Child Aid USA. The ARISE Foundation CFC code is 12303.
By Joliett Vega-Klucevsek
ARISE Foundation will be conducting its Two-Day Drop It at the Door Training in Tampa, FL this week. Staff from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and local Salvation Army programs, will be in attendance.
By Joliett Vega
ARISE Foundation launches its new Anger Management Course designed for individuals working with at-risk youth in a variety of settings.
By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Foundation will conduct its life skills training July 18th -19th at Seacoast National Bank, located at 3001 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Juvenile Justice staff and those working with at-risk populations will take part in this Training.
By Ettie Lee Youth & Family Services
San Gabriel Valley 500 Club raises $3,000 for Ettie Lee Youth & Family Services at 5th Annual Golf Tournament
By ARISE Foundation
Traumatized high risk teens locked behind steel doors and razor wire fences come alive with ARISE curricula and dynamic, information rich, non threatening ARISE group sessions.
By Edmund F. Benson, ARISE Founder
ARISE, a non-profit organization, provides life skills and staff training to troubled youth and the adults who care for them.
By Jo Ann Coleman/President and CEO
Adler Family Foundation contributes $1500 to the J.C. Coleman Foundation, survey results are quite favorable, and progress reports show improvement.
By Edmund Benson, Founder
ARISE Foundation, the recognized global leader in life skills training for at-risk youth, pioneers a new product with the introduction of positivity stones.
By HopeTree Family Services
The Moss in the Valley chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society holds drawing to benefit HopeTree Academy.
By HopeTree Family Services
HopeTree Academy students build an Appalachian-themed cabin for the Salem Christmas parade.
By Edmund Benson, ARISE Founder
West Palm Beach, FL - On Wednesday and Thursday, November 17–18, ARISE Foundation will conduct its Drop It at the Door training for staff of the Palm Beach Juvenile Justice Department of Probation.
By Edmund Benson, ARISE Founder
North Palm Beach Florida: To celebrate its brand new blazing fast web site ARISE is devoting a full web page to each organization worldwide that is using ARISE curricula for at risk youth.
By Edmund Benson, ARISE Founder
Harrisburg, PA – On November 3–5 ARISE Foundation will be displaying at the Annual Pennsylvania Conference on Juvenile Justice. This is the first time that ARISE has been a part of this conference taking place at the Harrisburg Hilton and Towers.

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