Social Activities Program (SAP)
The Social Activities Program or S.A.P. is a customized, social and life-skills program designed to enhance the lives of young adults who are attending a college or university, living in the dorms or partially independent housing. The program aims to fill the gap caused by being away from home, difficulty with peer relationships, limited life skills, and at times just feeling lonely and not being able to engage in the important social aspects and relationship(s) building. SAP is similar to the BRIDGES program in that it provides similar opportunities for these students, but at a college/university level.
SAP is structured with the collaboration of individuals who have a background in this type of mentoring program, and have access to the college student population it aims to assist. Utilizing various successful strategies, collaborating with the students and their families, and the community at large, SAP will no doubt provide a positive, growth experience for this group of students.
SAP will also pursue skill building in the areas of housing and related daily activities such as cooking, gardening, house handy work, problem solving, and community activities and how to access them.