Whatcom Prevention Coalition Annual Retreat

august, 2021

12aug3:00 pm5:00 pmMoved OnlineWhatcom Prevention Coalition Annual Retreat

Event Details

Due to security concerns we will not be posting the meeting links. Please contact Lisa Moulds at Lisamoulds@wfcn.org for the link and password if you’d like to attend. Thank you in advance for your time!

Whatcom Prevention Coalition Annual Retreat
 August 12, 2021  3:00-5:00pm via Zoom

Teresa Posakony from Emerging Wisdoms (http://www.emergingwisdom.net/) is bringing her wisdom to WPC to inspire us all!!!  She’ll lead us in several activities and discussions to cultivate compassion and well-being for ourselves and our community.  We’ll also share member announcements and a quick survey on what you’d like to see WPC focus on in 2021-22.  Feel free to invite others! Email LisaMoulds@wfcn.org for the zoom invitation.

 Theme – Cultivating a Compassionate Culture of Well-Being for Self & Community 

Agenda

I.            Welcome, Land Acknowledgements, Announcements & Introductions

II.         “Cultivating a Compassionate Culture of Well-Being for Self & Community” with Teresa Posakony, Emerging Wisdoms

III.        Cultivating Self & Community Compassionate Care Group Discussion

IV.         Self/Community Care Reflection – Small Group Break Out Sessions 

V.             Survey – What would you like to see WPC focus on in 2021-22?

VI.         Closing

VII.      Next WPC Meeting Thursday, September 2nd 3-4:30pm

 

WPC Executive Planning Team:
Joe Fuller, Whatcom County Health Department
Kate Foster, WSU 4-H Strengthening Families
Danielle Humphreys, Whatcom Family & Community Network & M.A.D.-H.O.PE.
Stephanie Lewis, Whatcom County Juvenile Services Community Links Program
Emily Machin-Mayes, Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center
Jeff McKenna, M.A.D.-H.O.P.E.
Lisa Moulds, Whatcom Family & Community Network

Whatcom Prevention Coalition Mission: To build safe and healthy communities by providing leadership, promoting prevention, and building partnerships that mobilize youth, families, and neighborhoods to reduce substance abuse and other harmful behaviors among youth and the broader community. 

WPC Equity Statement:  To help build and support a connected and beloved community, the Whatcom Prevention Coalition recognizes the destructive effects of racism and historical trauma on our youth, families and community.  We recognize cultural bias and privilege and focus on racism because it is the wedge that supports all isms. The WPC will build on hope to challenge racism.

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Time

(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Organizer

Lisa Mouldslisa.moulds@wfcn.org

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