Every school is an integral part of the surrounding community and has an impact in that community. As students apply the principles they learn from CrossRoads at home and in their communities, community “well-being” is improved. As a result adult stakeholders in the community engage more in the lives of students. Some of those adults have created non-school based programs utilizing CrossRoads to improve their communities. Two examples are a four month job-preparedness program for “unemployed and unemployable” youth and drug rehabilitation program. Each uses the Life at the CrossRoads curriculum as a key component.
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