A positive approach to adolescent health
Has your teen learned about healthy lifestyle choices at school? Most likely, the information may come from a positive approach to adolescent health. The nonprofit educational organization produces curricula for school district educators across the country and provides outreach services to nine counties in northwest Indiana.
According to its website, PATH’s mission is to equip, empower, and encourage teens to make healthy decisions through life skills, relationships, and character creation education. He also notes that since its inception in 1993, PATH has helped educate and empower more than 200,000 teens.
The organization engages teens in interactive classroom sessions designed to show medically accurate facts about life-affecting issues: social interactions, relationships, addictions, teen pregnancy, suicide prevention, and the benefits of doing well in school .
“Being recognized for our work speaks to the passion of our board and program facilitators, as well as the support and trust of our partners and collaborative donors,” says PATH Executive Director Donna Golob. becoming the best they can be. “