About the Program
“I Am Me”

Teens are facing problems that are universal, affecting them at every socioeconomic level and in every community. Even in supportive environments, teenagers face confusion and uncertainty in life.

The Tilly’s Life Center (TLC) “I Am Me” program empowers teens by teaching life skills that build confidence, inspire compassion, and encourage them to pursue their dreams.

Using experiential learning, including journal writing, open discussions, and activities, our classes promote self discovery and cover relevant topics in a safe and caring environment.

Some topics include:

iconForgiving and Giving

 

iconTransitioning from being Dependent on Hospital Care

 

iconBody-Image

 

iconDrugs and Alcohol

 

iconBullying

 

iconStress

 

iconMotivation and Purpose

 

iconKindness

 

iconHappiness

We like to believe that we are the

GPS from a Negative World to a Positive World.

Curriculum

Comprised of 3 Phases of 12 courses that meet once a week for 90 minutes, making up an entire academic school year:

High School Elective Course

After school programs with partners like Boys and Girls Clubs, El Viento, Operation Progress, Big Brothers Big Sisters, to name a few and also in hospitals and juvenile hall

Modified to fit your timeline and schedule:

Workshop or series of workshops

“I Am Healthy” Program

A slightly altered version of “I Am Me” Program designed to help teens deal with their physical illnesses by teaching them to create new thought patterns that promote a healthy mind and body.

Trained Facilitators

TLC’s programs are led by a group of trained facilitators who use engaging curriculum, supportive instruction and personal attention to aid youth in creating a well-defined sense of self, cultivating community mindedness, releasing negative emotional stress and developing new behavioral patterns.

Our Partners