Project Thrive is a counselling and social work initiative specifically to help at-risk students transition well into structured caregiving services provided in CCSS’ CareHut Student Care Centres (SCCs). Using a holistic approach, Project Thrive aims to work closely with counsellors, social workers, school leaders, families and student care teachers to provide relevant interventions to support to an increasing population of children with at-risk profiles that are enrolled in SCCs.
Students adapt to the structured caregiving routines in SCCs
Students grow in resilience and reduce behavioural issues
Students are equipped with social-emotional competencies to overcome their challenges
Students are empowered with skillsets to manage life’s challenges faced
Parents are engaged and involved in the development of their children
Individual counselling sessions
Life skills group workshops
Children enrolled in CCSS’s CareHut school-based student care centres who are under the Student Care Financial Assistance scheme (SCFA).
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