At Family Youth Intervention’s Basic Center Shelter, we often teach our clients about mindfulness and give them the opportunity to practice mindfulness techniques. Research has shown that individuals who practice mindfulness report less symptoms of depression and have demonstrated better ability to sustain attention (Chambers, et al. 2008). Clients have told us they feel more Read more about Muddling Through[…]
Looking for something fun to do? Come join us for a night of trivia. Test your knowledge on a wide range of topics. Top team takes home the prize. Lite dinner, beer, and wine included. This fundraiser will also include; a bake sale, cork pull raffle, and mulligans (in case you’re unsure of the Read more about Trivia Night[…]
Holiday season is upon us and as we gather with loved ones and friends, it is likely there may be some individuals that we have a hard time getting along with. Here are some strategies you can try to help you reduce the stress of dealing with difficult individuals. 1. A few days — or Read more about Thriving Through the Holidays[…]
Come support us, while having a great time! Thursday, October 11th, at Three Blind Mice Irish Pub, there will be a cornhole competition.
This Blog’s for You! To most of us, fall means back to school and gaining knowledge but to the staff at Family Youth Interventions programs, increasing our knowledge is a never-ending process. After our staff’s initial training, they are required to complete at least twenty-five hours of continuing education relevant to the population we serve Read more about This Blog’s For You![…]
Please come join us for this all ages concert, featuring Jordan Feliz and special guest Alisa Turner. This event will be held at The Emerald Theatre, in Mt. Clemens, September 23. Doors will open at 6:00p, with concert starting at 7:00p. We are so appreciative to be benefiting from this event and hope to see Read more about TCT Presents 50th Anniversary Benefit Concert[…]