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Our Parent and Community Education initiative is designed to equip and encourage the entire community-- and especially Coronado’s parents -- with the skills and tools to raise emotionally and socially healthy youth through in-person instructional events, training workshops, subject-matter expert panels, online resources, and more. At Coronado SAFE we strive to create environments and dialogues that decrease the stigmas associated with mental health, and support a sense of belonging, positive well being, and assured safety for every member of the Coronado community. Because we are passionate about supporting parents and the whole community, all of the evidence-based resources are intended to be practical and easily actionable for each family’s household structure and unique situation.
View our Events Calendar to see upcoming events and programs designed specifically for those raising and mentoring Coronado’s youth.
Monthly expert-led presentations and discussions about modern parenting challenges and ways to deal with them, designed to inform and prepare parents and community members with tips and tools for success.
Mark your calendar for our 2019-2020 Coffee Talks!
September 9 | October 7 | November 4 | December 9
January 13 | February 10 | March 9 | April 20 | May 11
Topics include, but are subject to change:
Improving Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence
Exploring The Effects of Social Media on Kids & Teens
Cultivating Gratitude & Self-Care At Home
Creating Family-Minded Goals & Resolutions
Developing Your Child’s Executive Functioning Skills
Parenting With A Positive Discipline Approach
Talking To Your Kids About Drugs & Alcohol
Helping Your Child Manage Anxiety
Monitoring Technology Use & Building Healthy Screen-Time Habits
View our website’s Events Calendar to see upcoming topics and events.
Parent Workshops and Special Events
Coronado SAFE offers in-person workshops and special events throughout the year created especially for parents, guardians, and youth mentors. Deepen your understanding of issues kids and teens are facing today, get advice from experts on how to support the youth in your life, and network with other parents in the Coronado community.
See upcoming parent workshops and special events below.
Oct 1 | Oct 8 | Oct 15 | Oct 22
Join us for a four week bilingual workshop that delves into a deep-dive study of a well known book on neuroscience discoveries: The Whole Brain Child. Learn how to make healthier choices in your parenting approach -- choices with your kids' brains in mind -- to improve their emotional and social development!
Angst Movie Screening and Panel Discussion
More information and details coming soon!
Aloha Welcoming Committee
The Aloha Welcoming Committee is a program in collaboration with the Coronado Public and Private Schools and the Naval Base Coronado School Liaison Program designed to welcome new families as they transition into Coronado. The committee gets connected to new families through orientations and back to school events. These families are then contacted by Coronado SAFE volunteers who provide a welcome basket that includes important resources for new residents.
Similar to learning the skill of CPR, people trained in QPR can help save lives by preventing suicide. These training programs, offered at least once a year, teach parents and community members of Coronado to recognize the warning signs and ensure they are prepared to support those who turn to them as “trusted adults” through the Question, Persuade, and Refer approach.
Reporting on Suicide Training for Coronado’s Social Media Group Facilitators
Stay tuned. More information and details coming soon!
The Coronado SAFE Coalition
The Coronado SAFE Coalition consists of ongoing roundtable gatherings between Coronado SAFE, Principals of Coronado’s public and private schools, Superintendant of CUSD, Coronado’s Police Chief and School Resource Officers, representatives from churches, Navy Base Coronado, parents, and more to facilitate communication amongst key Coronado stakeholders and collaborate on opportunities for partnerships to develop new resources and improve community services that will support struggling youth, and their families.