The CHAI program is a psycho-educational program with the primary goal of helping Jewish teenagers better cope with the challenges of adolescence and healthy development within a Jewish context. Topics, among others, include: peer pressure, life skills, sexuality, healthy relationships, substance abuse, stress management, suicide prevention, Jewish identity, anti-Semitism, bullying, digital ethics, mental health, teen driving risk awareness, goal setting, family communication and conflict resolutions. The program provides for Jewish teens, as well as Jewish parents, educators and youth workers. Consultation services and ongoing support are also an important program component and are provided to teens and their family members, parents, teachers and other youth workers on an individual basis.
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