S.H.A.R.E. Program

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S.H.A.R.E.

The S.H.A.R.E. Tolerance Program has been created to educate members of the community, particularly our youth, regarding the dangers of hate and intolerance and promote respect and tolerance. It was conceived and developed by deputy sheriffs in Los Angeles who care about the problem and wanted to do something effective about it. now, the Central Valley has developed its own video and has adapted the program to meet our unique needs.

The S.H.A.R.E. Tolerance Program has been created to educate members of the community, particularly our youth, regarding the dangers of hate and intolerance and promote respect and tolerance. It was conceived and developed by deputy sheriffs in Los Angeles who care about the problem and wanted to do something effective about it. now, the Central Valley has developed its own video and has adapted the program to meet our unique needs.

Great ANTI-BULLYING TOOL!

The SHARE program began in Fresno by creating a documentary film which runs 20 minutes. The video is used as a springboard for discussion and role play with young people.

  • The SHARE program is baed on a restorative justice model and the tools that are utilized within the training and directed at learning through doing and role-playing.
  • The program is directed toward assuring greater school attendance, preventing bullying, having less suspensions and suicide prevention.

GOALS & OBJECTIVES
a vision for today’s youth

  • Change attitudes about hate and intolerance, promote respect & tolerance especially amongst high school age youth.
  • Utilize a curriculum which incorporates restorative justice principles, particularly a respect agreement and concepts involving “affects of intolerance/bullying”.
  • Be youth focused and responsive to youth leadership and voices to help increase tolerance and promote peaceful coexistence.

VISION – END GAME

SHARE can be a valley wide program that is utilized by schools, CBOS, and other youth oriented programs to address intolerance and bulling and have a measurable impact on bullying within the community, should also be a centerpiece project within MBOC.

  1. Curriculum developed in conjunction with California Institute of Mental Health, the California Endowment, Focus Forward, and VORP
  2. Tested and approved research-based assessments of student knowledge growth and understanding.
  3. Utilization of an award winning documentary showcasing stories of local young people who tell their stories to connect to today’s youth.

SUPPORTED BY

Fresno County Office of Education
Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health
Focus Forward of Fresno
Fresno Police Department
Fresno Sheriff’s Department
Fresno Unified School District
Big Brothers & Big Sisters
Fresno County Workforce Investment Board
The California Endowment
The Juvenile Justice Commission
Public Defender’s Office
District Attorney’s Office
Boys & Girls Club of Frsno
The United Way

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