The O-DAT program is designed to assist young men (ages 12-17) in making positive, responsible decisions for their lives. O-DAT runs in conjunction with the SBC Teen After-School Center Program. Instructors (and Facilitators) use real-world lessons involving social awareness, personal development, relationship building, financial literacy, healthy self-image, and positive thinking to hopefully affect positive changes in our students’ behavior and actions.
Applications for students to attend the O-DAT program will be accepted from the Department of Juvenile Justice, Solicitor’s Office, Juvenile Arbitrations, Aiken County Schools, and parents.
Applications can also be obtained from the TASC site during hours of operation (after-school on Mondays through Thursdays). Applications will be accepted until October 3, 2017.
*Once enrolled, attendance is mandatory for successful completion of program!!!
For more information, please contact:
Wyman Pope, Sr.
Director, SBC TASC
Asst. Director, SBC TASC
One Degree at a Time (ODAT) – “Change the Way You Think and Act!”
Full Circle refuge is committed to assisting at-risk youth by helping them to redirect their paths through utilization of the One Degree at a Time program. ODAT is a ten week intensive program where youth who are at risk for delinquency are guided and taught how to change the way they think and act, reclaim a life of fulfillment, and walk away from disillusion and deception.