Life and Social Skills

“Life skills training adds to a youth’s tool box for life, and is preventive of future negative outcomes, including delinquency.”¬† Snohomish, WA, Dept. of Human Services, Juvenile
Delinquency Report

Through our support for life and social skills training, the TYS Foundation helps youth gain the social competencies needed for a successful transition to adulthood.

  • Aggression Replacement Training, an evidence-based model program, teaches youth anger management, social skills, and moral reasoning.
  • Junior Achievement¬†sessions, conducted by volunteers, promotes financial literacy and workplace readiness skills.
  • Community outings provide opportunities to learn and practice new social skills.