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Bridges 3 Hour Overview Workshop Registration

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  July 20, 2019

Time: 9 am -Noon

Location:  Common Heart, 116 Business Park Dr, Indian Trail, NC 28079

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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