One-hour class once a year designed to improve communication and relationships between youth ages 12-16 and police officers. Mirror is part of New Hampshire’s Effective Policing and Interaction with Youth initiative, a statewide program to help police officers understand how to work with youth.
Academic support and tutoring, career exploration, dance and performing arts, soccer-fitness offered on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at Hillside Middle School.
Makin’ It Happen offers a variety of Peer-to-Peer trainings for both staff and students. General trainings focused on medicine safety, harm reductions and warning signs of mental distress are available for both staff and students. Train the trainer trainings are available for upper High school level students to be trained to present to Middle School level students. Current topic areas are over the counter medical safety, Know the facts and how to react vaping session, and age-appropriate Harm Reduction 101.
Onsite school-based behavioral health services
The City of Manchester Health Department and Catholic Medical Center work together with the Manchester School District to bring dental care to children in need attending Manchester elementary, middle and high schools. Dental care is provided on the dental van at the school by a Certified Public Health Dental Hygienist. In addition to school-based dental care, children are then referred to a community dental center for ongoing care.
Crisis Intervention and Referral, Middle School – Outreach: school and community based interventions, High School – Wrap for Youth Resilience (WYR): school based supports and intervention, Summer and vacation athletic and enrichment programs. All programs are free.