GO GIRLS OF HIGHLANDS COUNTY
“GIVING OUR GIRLS
INSPIRATION & RESOURCES
for LASTING SELF-ESTEEM”
·~Do you want to be a Leader?
·~Do you want to live a Healthy Lifestyle?
and have a Positive Self Image?
·~Do you want to Mentor others and be involved in Community Service Activities?
want to meet New Friends?
·~Do you like a Challenge?
·~Do you want to make the Right Choices and learn how to avoid Risky Behaviors?
·~Do you want to make Positive Changes in the direction your life is heading?
·~Do you want to be the best that you can be and move towards a Positive Successful
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
·~Groups available for all Middle School students in Highlands County
All materials and supplies are provided at no cost to participants.
·~Go Girls promotes healthy choices. This program provides education on the benefits of avoiding risky behaviors, as well as addressing peer pressure, self-confidence, body image, and other related topics teen girls may be facing.
·~Go Girls uses engaging, activity based curriculum.
·~Go Girls is independent from the School Board of Highlands County.
·~Meetings are hosted at LPMS in Room 315 on Mondays from 3:10 till 4:30 p.m starting October 15th and continuing through
the school year.
·~All girls have the opportunity to participate in community service activities.
·~After graduating, girls may continue to be active in the program by mentoring new girls, helping with activities in future classes and learning more advanced life skills.
Go Girls is facilitated by the Heartland Rural Health Network, Inc. and the Highlands County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Alliance (TPPA).
For more information on Go Girls or to register for an upcoming Go Girls Program in your area, please contact Erica Douberley, Program Coordinator, or Melissa Thibodeau, Health Educator, at 863-452-6530.
If you enjoy working with teens, we would love to have you on our team!
for more information on volunteer opportunities!