A friendly reminder that VOICES Building Personal and Community Resilience workshop series continues tomorrow evening from 7:00PM-8:30PM. We look forward to having you join us as space is still available for this series of workshops facilitated by Katherine Manners and Carolina Bautista-Velez of the office of OVC.
Just a week away from the launch of VOICES Building Personal and Community Resilience workshop series which begins on Thursday, April 29th from 7:00PM – 8:30PM. For those who still wish to participate, there is still time to register.
Voices Center for Resilience (VOICES) is excited to announce the launch of our Pathways to Resilience Programs, an ongoing series of discussion groups, interactive workshops and webinars. Identifying skills to build resilience is critical during this unpredictable time.
VOICES introduces a 4 session beginners creative non-fiction writing workshop for 9/11 survivors. Facilitated by Angelique Tung, survivor of the 9/11 attacks, this workshop will create a safe space for survivors to write their stories of survivorship both on the day of the attacks and beyond. NO writing experience needed.
As we plan for the year ahead, we are conducting this brief survey to assess the information and services that would be helpful to you and your family and the community we serve – those impacted by 9/11 and other tragedies, service providers, our supporters and others.
In the aftermath of the attack on the Capital building, we heard from many of you regarding your concerns about social unrest resulting in violence and destruction in advance of the inauguration. In an effort to provide suggestions on how to support yourself, we created Tip Sheets Following Traumatic Events.
VOICES introduces a 4-week beginners creative non-fiction writing workshop for 9/11 survivors. Facilitated by Angelique Tung, survivor of the 9/11 attacks, this workshop will create a safe space for survivors to write their stories of survivorship both on the day of the attacks and beyond. NO writing experience needed.
As we begin the new year, we are looking forward to providing a wide range of programs. This week, we are continuing the fourth in our series of bereavement workshops.
Wishing you a season filled with warm moments and cherished memories. May your holiday be filled with many blessings and a happy and healthy New Year!
Register now for an interactive, virtual workshop exploring creative ways for grieving individuals to make meaning in the face of loss and grief. Those who attend will: (1) Define and share examples of meaning making; (2) Learn how finding meaning in the midst of grief can lead to living life more fully.