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ANNOUNCING: SILVER LINING FOR ALL CHILDREN’S
NEW SUPPORT GROUP

 

SILVER LININGS

A program to support children and teens affected by community crisis.

 

As we have moved further into the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become increasingly obvious that our youth are struggling under the growing weight of depression, anxiety and fear. With their routines uprooted, social distancing guidelines enforced and parents with no experience in such unprecedented circumstances, youth will face massive trauma following this pandemic and it is likely many do not have the skills to cope with the grief this pandemic has inflicted on them.

 

It is very clear that there will be no return to ‘normal’ following the events that have taken place throughout 2020. As adults, it is incredibly difficult to understand and adapt to our changing world. For youth, this burden is especially heavy. For youth who are especially close to the pandemic– who have lost a loved one from Coronavirus, or have had a family member contract the virus-the toll will be much worse. During these times, it is important to surround our youth with care, to educate them on what is going on while also guiding their mass media consumption and to provide a sense of purpose. 

 

No Rain, No Rainbows mission is to guide youth through the storm clouds of grief. With the constant uncertainty and an awkward reopening of the country, it is clear that we are all grieving the predictable life left behind before Coronavirus. We want to help.

 

No Rain, No Rainbows has recently launched its new, Community Crisis Response program. This resource is ideal to assist children and families during community crisis events such as natural disasters e.g. tornadoes and floods, acts of violence or civil unrest that occurs in a community.

 

This program is an important tool that provides emotional strength to our youth when their lives are changing due to outside influences. It is available in three levels; 

 

  • Children aged 5-8,

  • Children aged 9-12

  • Adolescents

 

Each program runs for six sessions.

WHAT THIS PROGRAM CAN DO FOR YOUTH?

  • Provide actionable coping strategies

  • Help re-establish a sense of community

  • Empower youth to help themselves and to help others

  • Provide resources

  • Build resilience

WE INVITE YOU TO WATCH THE VIDEO'S BELOW

LEARN HOW OUR PROGRAMS CAN SUPPORT YOU AND YOUR CHILD

 
Coronavirus quarantine. Stay home
girl and her dog in glasses reading a bo
Smiling indian latin deaf disabled child
Mother working from home with kids