The purpose of the community-based C.A.R.E. Program is to give teens the tools to build healthy lives and futures.

C.A.R.E. (Character And Relationships Education) reaches 3,500 students in grades 6-10 each year in all Findlay City and Hancock County Schools and extends to private schools, at-risk programs, and youth groups as well.

The C.A.R.E. Program promotes positive relationships through good character, good choices, and good critical thinking skills. It provides current and medically-accurate stats, studies, and stories, as well as creative teaching methods, interactive classroom experiences, and a safe environment for dialogue.

Linda Theis
C.A.R.E. Director

C.A.R.E. Team
L-R: Scott Tinman, Sara Tomlinson, Linda Theis, Becky Morgan, Stacey Gratz