This state-wide day of giving, powered by the United Way, will help support non-profit organizations throughout Rhode Island, including Ocean Tides!
To our many friends, we thank you for your support and donations over the years. We hope you will join donors throughout Rhode Island on April 1. We also ask that you invite others you know to support us in our mission of teaching minds, touching hearts, and transforming the lives of young men who need the help of a Christian Brothers Lasallian education!
You can also check out our 401Gives online page to learn more and to give on Thursday, April 1, 2021
A future date will be announced shortly – likely in July or August
NEW DATE COMING SOON There will be no event at Christian Brothers Center, Narragansett, RI
Tides Family Services and Ocean Tides, Christian Brother/Lasallian Youth and Family Serving Agencies in Rhodes Island, are pleased to announce our third annual professional development opportunity for the care givers in our programs as well as for our friends and colleagues in Rhode Island. Please save the date.
Return on Investment for Child Welfare Investment Dr. Jonathan Heufner, PhD Boys Town Child and Family Translational Research Center
Trauma Informed Care, From Informed, To Care, To Outcomes for Young People Dan Rhoton and young people involved in training others HopeWorks, Camden NJ
Using Data Collection and Research to Inform Practice at the Provider Level Dr. Judy VanWyk, PhD University of Rhode Island
Program will also include: a single breakout session with additional workshops, continental breakfast, lunch and networking social
Written Expression, Verbal Expression, Music, Visual Expression, Movement…. all ways for our young men to share what is on their mind and what they are feeling with others. Residential Counselors Nick and Dunston started a weekly evening group for some of our residents. Starting with exploring poetry and written expression, they moved through the various forms of expressions. They share in the group through various projects while also keeping a journal about the experiences. The first group completed their six week session by creating spray paint art murals that will be hung in the student dining room. The group is offered through Ocean Tides expanding Programs and Activities efforts lead by Elana Levizon, Director of Programs and Activities.