At-risk Youth

by Hawke Robinson published Nov 11, 2016 11:10 AM, last modified Nov 11, 2016 11:10 AM

W.A. Hawkes-Robinson has developed some program plan outlines for At-risk, incarcerated, and in-patient-due-to-substance-dependency clients using RPG transition plans to provide new recreational activities and peer groups outside of their usual gang, troubled peers, or substance focused peers.

A pilot of these ideas were implemented by Recreational Therapist Britney Robinson (CTRS) at the Navos Facility in ___________ Washington. Hawkes-Robinson provided email and phone coaching, a series of videos, and other materials to help guide Britney Robinson in helping an in-patient youth learn Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, and find gaming peers at a hobby store accessible to the plan out-patient transition. Details are still pending.

Navos has indicated interest in Hawkes-Robinson providing additional training for both TR staff, and other interdisciplinary staff. Due to scheduling constraints, Hawkes-Robinson is planing to provide some training and certification programs to members of the Navos facility in late Spring or early Summer. Details pending.