Restorative Community Trainings

The Oxford County Wellness Collaborative will be hosting "Restorative Community Trainings" throughout the rest of the year. These trainings are ideal for people who want to learn how to have or facilitate respectful, meaningful conversations around issues within their community. These trainings also give people the opportunity to connect with one another and gain a sense of empowerment while seeing yourself and your community in "a new light." There will be trainings on the following dates: Friday, October 20th, The Gem Theatre, Bethel, Me 8:30a-12:30p Saturday, November 18th, Fryeburg New Church, Fryeburg, Me 9a-1p Tuesday, December 5th, Norway Town Office, Norway, Me 4:30p-8p For more

Job Posting for The Cancer Resource Center of Western Maine

The Cancer Resource Center of Western Maine, a nonprofit located in Norway whose mission is to provide support to people affected by cancer, has recently been awarded a $55,000 grant from the Next Generation Foundation. Located in Blue Hill, Maine, the Next Generation Foundation is a granting organization supporting education, health enhancement and basic human needs. The award will be used to hire an Executive Director as well as to invest in technology platforms. Founded in 2015 by local cancer survivors, the Cancer Resource Center of Western Maine is a place where those affected by cancer can gather to participate in a wide variety of programs and find the support they need as they deal w

Webinar: Tackling the Challenge of Social Isolation

The Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging will be hosting a free webinar on Friday, September 29 from 12PM - 1:30PM. "Social isolation increases as people age; factors such as disability and loss of loved ones can put older adults at risk of experiencing social isolation. In Northern New England, our geography plays a role in social isolation among older people; small towns with limited services and long rural roads with scattered homes make connecting with others more difficult as we age. The good news is that individuals and groups across our region recognize the importance of social connection, and are employing creative and effective strategies to address this issue. Join our ne

Online Training "Making Meetings Work: How to Design Meetings to Energize Rather than Bore&quot

The Oxford County Wellness Collaborative and the Bethel Area Nonprofit Collaborative will be teaming up to host a viewing party for this online training on September 26, 2017 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm ET @ The Gem Theatre, Bethel, Me We can fit about 20 people in the Gem's conference room, so it’s important that you let Brendan know if you plan to attend so we can hold a space for you. If you’re interested in the training but can’t make it on the 26th, please let Brendan know by calling 739-6222. Another viewing will be scheduled with a location to be determined. "Collective impact involves A LOT of meetings. These meetings are often critical for building relationships, sustaining momentum, and main

Restorative Community Training

The Oxford County Wellness Collaborative will be hosting a “Restorative Community Training” Tuesday, September 26th at Med-Care Ambulance in Mexico from 4:30p-8:00p. The training is free of charge and is ideal for people who would like to participate in or facilitate meaningful, respectful conversations. The training has also been shown to empower participants to directly address personal and community improvement. Learn how to have “conversations that matter” while seeing yourself and your community in a new light. Where: Med-Care Ambulance, 290 Highland Terrace, Mexico, Me, 04257 When: Tuesday, September 26th 4:30p-8p Who: Anyone who wants to develop their facilitation skills and hold con

Free Webinar: Becoming a Trauma-Responsive Organization

Free Webinar Thursday, September 14th 1:00 PM CST (1 hour) With the increased awareness of the impact of trauma on people's lives, helping professionals are asking themselves, "What does this mean in my setting?" And although the language "trauma-informed" is common, program administrators and clinical directors are finding that implementing effective and integrated services in order to become "trauma-responsive" can be quite challenging. Join Stephanie Covington, PhD and she guides you through the three necessary steps to becoming a more trauma-responsive organization: assessment, planning, and implementation. Objectives: Defining trauma-informed, trauma-responsive and gender-responsive

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