Do you believe that one day can change lives?
Point Break is a day long workshop that improves the behaviors, values and attitudes of students on their campuses and in their communities, intervening before acts of bullying, hatred or violence occur. Not only does the workshop help build campus unity but students, who before the workshop bullied others, often feel a sense of empathy towards others and the desire to stop their bullying behavior after experiencing Point Break.
“After our Point Break Workshop a parent approached me to discuss her child. She said, ‘Ever since she went to the workshop you did with Point Break my daughter has been different – more hopeful and kinder at home. I feel like that day really helped her.’
When a program helps a kid at school AND at home, it’s a huge success.
Lori Sipkovich,Teacher, Lincoln High School, California
A Principal Shares About Point Break
|Watch this video testimonial about Point Break with Christopher Robilotti, Associate Principal, Colonie Central High School,
An Overview of Point Break and the Research Behind It
|Point Break is a 1-day workshop registered with SAMHSA as an evidence-based program. It aims to promote resiliency, build empathy, break down barriers between youth, and ultimately, reduce campus violence and bullying behavior.[Visit the Point Break Website]|
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