Thursday, December 3rd

8:30am - 4:30pm (CDT)

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Virtual Training via Zoom 



Wendi McMullen 
Rainbow Days, Inc. 

Virtual CBSG Program Facilitator Training

Thursday, December 3, 2020

8:30am - 4:30pm (CDT)

on the Zoom Platform

Kids’ Connection and Youth Connection (The CBSG Program manuals for Schools & Community Settings) are unique, interactive, multi-cultural curriculum-based prevention interventions that teach children and youth ages 4-17 living in high-risk situations a set of essential life skills: skills to help them learn how to cope with difficult family situations (which include Adverse Childhood Experiences), resist negative peer pressure, set and achieve goals, and refuse alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.  

The CBSG Program Facilitator Training will fully prepare schools, community-based organizations, and other youth serving professionals to implement the CBSG Program with fidelity.

This is a virtual training and will be offered on the Zoom platform. Registered participants will be emailed the login information and necessary handouts prior to the training. 

Those completing the training receive their choice of ONE of the CBSG Program Facilitator Manuals. Manuals will be shipped to participants after the training is completed. 

  • Kids' Connection for developmental ages 4-12 for Schools & Community Settings, 
  • Youth Connection for developmental ages 10-17 for Schools & Community Settings, OR
  • Kids' Connection, Too for developmental ages 4-15 in Shelters and Other Transitional Settings

(An additional manual may be purchased for $150)

Cost for Attending:

$300 per person.  This includes your choice of ONE CBSG Program Facilitator Manual that contains a USB with all activity handouts in English and Spanish!

More Information

It is the policy of Rainbow Days, Inc. to provide equal opportunities to all applicants for service and all participants/clients served without regard to gender, age, race, ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, lifestyle, disability, veteran’s status, and any and all classifications protected by applicable state and federal laws. This statement applies to all areas of service delivery and all settings in which services are delivered.To file a civil rights complaint, download and complete the Complaint Verification Form (CVF) and Identity Release Statement (IRS) which can be found at http://ojp.gov/about/ocr/complaint.htm and return both forms to the OCR at the following address: Office for Civil Rights, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, 810 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20531