Whether you are a business owner, teacher, volunteer, law enforcement professional, minister or anyone in between. Bridges will prepare you to become more effective working with people operating in the survival mode of poverty.
• Workshop provides the framework for understanding the dynamics that cause and maintain poverty from an individual, to a systemic level.
• This abbreviated version of our Bridges Out of Poverty Workshops has a particular focus on orientating professionals and volunteers from middle class who interact with our under-resourced neighbors in poverty. It is an overview of our one and two day workshops plus a presentation of our Advocates for Change program.
• This workshop will increase your awareness and provide a framework to become more effective in removing barriers and build resources in individuals on the journey to self-sufficiency.
The workshop is based on the book Bridges Out Of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities a collaboration between Ruby K. Payne, Philip DeVol, and Terie Dreussi Smith.
Dates: Saturday December 14, 2019
Time: 9 am -Noon
Facilitated by Keith Adams, Executive Director of Common Heart and Certified Bridges Out of Poverty trainer.
Have a question? Give us a call at 704-218-9060 or email us at CommonHeart@CommonHeart.org.
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