Registrations are Open for Whidbey Level 1 WOR, Alta Advanced WOR, and Mixed Media Art Workshops, Collaboration in Action, New Videos Coming Soon

18 Apr 2022 1:56 PM | Web Master (Administrator)

MENHEALING IS COMMITTED TO FINANCIAL ACCESSIBILITY FOR WEEKENDS OF RECOVERY. WE BELIEVE THAT HEALING SHOULD NOT BE IMPEDED BY ECONOMIC LIMITATIONS. THEREFORE, WE ARE OFFERING A “PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD” PRICING STRUCTURE FOR WEEKEND OF RECOVERY EVENTS. 

2022 REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN

June 3 – 5: Level 1 WOR @ Whidbey Institute, WA.


August 12 – 14: Advanced WOR @ Alta, UT.  (“Exploring Our Connections With Self and Others”) – open to partners to attend.


Also open for registration:  May Series of Art & Mixed Media Workshop Series (virtual online access)


COLLABORATION IN ACTION

MenHealing maintains an active commitment to collaboration with other organizations that are working on ending sexual violence and promoting healing. This issue we feature two current examples:

ISABEL AND THE RUNAWAY TRAIN

MenHealing is a participating sponsor of this Austin, TX-based musical theater production with accompanying “train” - ing programs that teach people how to support survivors of sexual maltreatment in their personal and professional lives. This local and livestreamed dramedy is coming to life on stage April 21st – 30th as part of the City of Austin’s prestigious Artist Access Program.

Website for more information: IsabelandtheRunawayTrain.org

Link to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/211885082987


REDWHITEANDBRUISED CAMPAIGN

MenHealing has endorsed this national campaign calling for a series of policies to quell the epidemic of sexual assault in the military.  The campaign – launched by Never Alone (www.neveraloneadvocacy.org ) during Sexual Assault Awareness Month – is bringing together advocates, survivors and supporters in a historical collaboration to stop military abuse of power.

KEEP YOUR EYE OUT FOR NEW VIDEOS COMING SOON!

Trans and Nonbinary Survivors Speak Out Live Event (from 4/10)

Road to Healing: Stories of Mae Survivorship (from 4/13)

Skills for Healing (Breath Awareness)

We are committed to accessibility for all of our resources. As a grassroots organization, 85% of our financial support is received from individual donors and 15% from event registrations. We do not receive any funding from government or foundation grants. Our work is possible because of the generous donations from individuals like YOU.

We especially want to thank the growing community of regular sustaining donors. Consider becoming a monthly or quarterly recurring donor in honor of April Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  

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