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Safety in Speaking Out
Safety in Speaking Out

Thu, Mar 24



Safety in Speaking Out

This is a free 4-week course to help youth speak out safely! We understand silence is golden but speaking out is our outlet!

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Time & Location

Mar 24, 2022, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Charlotte, 2401 Kendall Dr, Charlotte, NC 28216, USA

About the Event

We are challenging youth to think outside the box when speaking about our feelings and emotions. In this course youth will learn:

-The importance of speaking with love

-Choosing the right and most effective words

-How to effectively communicate their feelings

-Share their unapologetic overcoming stories with others

Let us help you to help your youth speak out in a positive way. There is safety when we are given the right resources and tools in doing so.

All sessions are free and held on Thursday at the West Charlotte Rec Center. Registration is required!

Help Adolescents Speak Out is committed to helping youth shift their mindset around youth violence with resiliency and safety. In doing so, we are providing Out social norms workshops and community events. We are in partnership with ReCAST Mecklenburg, churches, Mecklenburg County Parks & Recreational Centers to Prevent Youth Violence.

All events are no cost to ReCAST Mecklenburg participants.  Participants - please fill out an application and signed agreement on registration form. 

ReCAST - Resiliency in Communities after Stress and Trauma (ReCAST Mecklenburg) is a 5-year grant awarded to Mecklenburg County Public Health Department by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). ReCAST promotes resiliency and equity in communities to better deal with stress and trauma with the primary focus on youth violence prevention, racial equity, and equitable access to services.

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