Our mission is to provide the highest quality and compassionate behavioral modification services for children and their families. Our comprehensive services are anchored in emotional awareness, character development, and restorative justice.
Our vision is to become the number one behavioral intervention program for at-risk youth, strive to meet quality standards with regards, and develop community partnerships targeted at strengthening communities and community development.
We aim to specifically provide wrap-around services for at-risk juvenile defenders, children with extreme behavioral diagnoses, students who struggle at school, and student among the homeless population.
It has been scientifically proven that some boys may have a predisposition to hyperactivity and behavioral challenges, but dealing with those behaviors is a delicate art form. Those behaviors must be embraced and filtered in a way that allows children to feel good about being themselves.
At KIDS R’ GIANTS, we believe that emotional learning and support of boys should be done through activities that help boys learn to incorporate the ethic of working hard with play. We believe that children must be given the opportunity to be children in order to have a healthy balance and emotional intelligence.
We believe that children must also be guided in a way that develops healthy relationships, healthy emotions, and healthy bodies. We want boys to understand that they can be themselves, work hard, and have fun as well.
We also want to make sure that we are working with young children in a way that cultivates their decision-making skills as they maneuver through their day-to-day lives. We want to make sure that we are fostering youth that will grow into adults and be able to make instinctive decisions to successfully maneuver through life.
As social and behavioral experts, our mission is to teach children and parents how to manage certain behaviors in a way that allows children to grow into successful, emotionally intelligent, and independent adults.
This program was inspired by the Child Development Institute, an accredited children’s mental health organization.