Aggression Replacement Training (ART)
Providing social skill building for teenagers with anger and aggression management issues in the community and in the schools. A referral is required for enrollment.
The Aggression Replacement Training (ART) program is an evidence-based curriculum designed for teenagers who need help managing their anger. We use scientifically proven methods to help members of the group build the skills they need to manage anger in social settings such as skill-streaming, anger-control training, and moral reasoning training. The program lasts for 10 weeks and participants typically attend three one-hour sessions each week (30 hours total). Most participants are referred through the county Juvenile Probation offices, but private pay referrals through schools, other organizations, and self-referrals will also be considered.
Participant is 12-18 years of age
A referral is required from the County Juvenile Probation office, but private pay referrals may also be considered. To make a referral, please contact:
Michelle Voelker, ART and In-Home Supervisor
Or use the Get In Touch form on this page.
For a program brochure, please go here.