MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THESE FOV EVENTS
TRUTH IN BODY. TRUTH IN HEART. TRUTH IN ART.
This year’s FOV retreat is an invitation
to connect with your natural, intuitive and creative Self.
It is an opportunity to experience
your Deep Self-knowing in body, heart and art.
Our Deep Self knows that we are and have always been:
more than what happened to us; bigger than we think we are;
and more alive than we usually believe.
It is time to believe.
Join with others on the healing journey; re-member your Deep Truth.
September 11 – 13, 5:00pm Friday until 1:00pm Sunday
El Tosoro Retreat Center near Woodland Park.
Projected cost for each attendee is approximately $100; please pay what you can.
$30 donation requested entire event including lodging, activities, meals & snacks
SPACE IS LIMITED; REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS, WITH CONFIRMATION BY JULY 30 THAT YOUR REGISTRATION ARRIVED IN TIME FOR YOU TO BE INCLUDED.
It’s a fact. 1 in 4 people have struggled with a mental health issue, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, and more. That means that it is likely you are someone that you care deeply about has been impacted. The warning signs are there. Do you know what to look for?
Become a Mental Health First Aider, and join the thousands of Coloradoans that are already part of the movement to learn more about challenges we all face in mental health. By becoming Mental Health First Aid Certified, you’ll learn the signs of mental health challenges, how to act, and how to connect those in crisis with support systems. We offer two curricula: Mental First Aid teach you the signs and symptoms of mental illness in adults while Youth Mental Health First Aid gives you education and tools for helping young people.
You will also become part of the larger conversation about how we view and treat mental health in Colorado and the nation. Find a course near you today and get certified.
Current schedule of women’s support groups:
Monday 11:00am-12:30pm meeting at 508 N. Tejon
Tuesday 6pm-7:30pm at Westside Cares, 2808 W. Colorado
Both groups are facilitated by peer survivors; drop-ins welcome, a safe supportive place to share challenges.
FOV Art Workshops are always the second Saturday 12 noon until 3pm at Cottonwood Art Center, 427 E. Colorado.
TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 12 NOON THROUGH 3PM as requested in member surveys taken in November
No art experience necessary
A time to relax and enjoy a creative activity directed by Linda Curell and Joyce.
For info about Finding our Voices
Contact Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (719) 636-5065
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us.
Founder Joyce Aubrey
Finding Our Voices board of directors meetings are always open to the public. We welcome you to attend and participate in the planning of FOV activities. Please phone Joyce (719) 636-5065 for location and information.
“Angels Amoung Us”~Photo by Michael Bliss
“Out Of Darkness”~Photo by Michael Bliss