|Early Childhood Program|
|Adult & Workplace Program|
|Family Violence Program|
|Program & Service System Evaluation|
|Child Development & Epidemiological Research|
|Family Violence Research|
|Male Development Research|
|Stress & Coping Research|
|Urban Education, Prevention & Policy Research|
The Consultation Center
389 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Phone: (203) 789-7645
Fax: (203) 562-6355
The Adolescent Program at the Consultation Center provides training, technical assistance, consultation and program development to youth-serving organizations and youth workers. Included in Adolescent Programs are the Youth Development Training and Resource Center (YDTRC), and other consultation, training, and youth development projects in schools and community-based organizations in Greater New Haven and throughout the state.
I. Community-Based Prevention and Youth Development
Overview: The Adolescent Program’s community-based services provide programs based on the youth development framework, involving youth participants in meaningful roles in their schools and communities. Youth learn and practice skills that prepare them for healthy adulthood, taking part in planning and leading age-appropriate activities that allow them to explore and develop their abilities and identity. Working within communities such as Monterey Place of the Housing Authority of New Haven, our programs promote the development of positive relationships, life skills and practical knowledge through a combination of community events, topical groups, and partnership with adults. Services include staff development training, program and curriculum development with a prevention focus, civic engagement projects, youth leadership training, and community collaboration, along with a range of trainings tailored to the needs of a community or organization.
II. School-Based Prevention and Youth Development
Overview: The Adolescent Program’s School-Based Programs offer consultation, training, and program/curriculum development to serve the needs of students, educators, and family members. Programs are tailored to the need of a school community. Our specialties include prevention curricula, transition to high school, life skills, the youth development framework, peer mediation, and parent-child communication.
Our partners: Common Ground High School, Riverside Educational Academy, New Haven Adult Education, New Haven Public Schools, North Haven Public Schools, Beecher Road School, among others.
III. Consultation, Training, and Supervision
Overview: The Consultation Center Adolescent Program area provides programmatic consultation and technical assistance to schools, communities, funders, agency networks, and youth-serving agencies. Other services include staff development, topical workshops, and customized contractual services. Programs are supported through grants, or in a fee-for-service arrangement.