FLINT – Recco S. Richard Consulting, Inc. (RSRC) announces upcoming programs and events for February.
On Feb. 5, RSRC announces its youth outing, ‘Skate Till You Drop,’ from 4:30-7 p.m. at Skate Land in Mt. Morris. Cost is $10, which includes transportation, skate rental and admission. The outing is for children ages 4-17 and chaperones are welcome.
On Feb. 12, RSRC will give the ACT Test as part of its Gifted Learner’s Program at Carman-Ainsworth High School. Test takers need to be at the high school by 8 a.m., and the cost is $68, which includes the ACT Test and Northwestern University Talent Search registration. The ACT Test is for participants in the Gifted Learner’s Program.
RSRC offers its weekly treatment groups every Friday night from 6-7:30 p.m. in February. During the event, which is for youth ages 4-17, the groups focus on activities in mental health issues, peer prevention, skits/role play, coping skills and more. Participation in the weekly treatment groups is free for foster/adopted children; the fee varies for all others. The treatment groups are facilitated by RSRC staff members.
RSRC Programming also announces its weekly fun nights from 7:30-9 p.m. every Friday night in February. The fun nights, which are for youth ages 4-17, features movies, board games, recreation, snacks, various contests, competitions and more. Donated snacks and games are appreciated, and the fun nights are facilitated by RSRC staff members.
Every Sunday in February, RSRC holds its Gifted Learner’s Program Accelerated Courses from 5-6:30 p.m. The cost is $20 per week, and the courses are math academy for first-year students, and language and literature for second- and third-year students. Activities include advanced projects, group activities, college-level instruction and more. The accelerated courses are for exceptional, academic learners.
Unless noted, all events are held at the RSRC facility, 6309 N. Saginaw St. Richardson, Ph.D., MA, LPC, is a Diplomate, American Psychotherapy Association.