Fitness Quadrant

FRS uses multiple physical and recreational outlets to curb negative behaviors and attitudes in youth. Sports and recreational programs are used prescriptively to address symptoms of behavioral, mood, substance abuse and cognitive disorders. FRS implores an ever expanding offering of community based options to reduce reliance on psychotropic medications and improve social relations with peers and family. These include but are not limited to:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Boxing-“School of Hard Knocks”
  • Cheer and Dance
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Martial Arts
  • Physical fitness training
  • Skateboarding and BMX
  • Soccer
  • Swimming and
  • Track

All sporting activities work from an individualized wellness and recovery service plan, (IWRP), which focuses on emotional well-being, substance use, physical fitness, peer and adult relations, improved academic performance, nutritional planning and community engagement. Positive outcomes of this therapeutic, recreational model include increased cognitive ability, greater attention spans, improved communication and social skills, improved problem solving, improved self-esteem, confidence, efficacy and control, improved physical health and fitness.