Wed, Mar 06|
Booker T. Washington Center
Calling all youth and champions of peace! Discover the path to harmony and resolution at the "Choosing Peace" sessions. Join us every Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the Booker T. Washington Center for this transformative program, co-facilitated by Gloria Cissé, Faye Alexander, and Paige Reeves
Time & Location
Mar 06, 2024, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Booker T. Washington Center, 401 Monroe St, Macon, GA 31201, USA
About the Event
Are you seeking to make a positive change in your community? Or are you a dedicated champion of peace? Macon Mental Health Matters presents Choosing Peace, an empowering program designed specifically for youth and champions of peace. Learn effective communication and problem-solving skills to foster peaceful resolutions.
📅 Dates: Every Wednesday (except holidays) ⏰ Time: 4:00 PM 🏢 Location: Booker T. Washington Center, 401 Monroe St, Macon, GA 31201
Choosing Peace is tailored for youth and champions of peace who are eager to develop their conflict resolution skills. Our sessions are co-facilitated by Gloria Cissé, Faye Alexander, and Paige Reeves, professionals dedicated to promoting peaceful conflict resolution.
Why Choosing Peace?
Choosing Peace is an MMHM program designed to help young individuals and champions of peace resolve conflicts and challenges peacefully. By participating, you'll develop essential life skills, including effective communication and problem-solving, which can enhance your relationships and contribute to a more harmonious community.
Youth and champions of peace, this program is crafted for you! Whether you're seeking guidance as a young individual or championing peace in your community, Choosing Peace provides valuable tools for building peaceful relationships and making a positive impact.
Let's work together to choose peace as our guiding principle and foster a stronger, more united community. Join us at the Booker T. Washington Center to start your journey towards harmonious conflict resolution.
For more information, visit our website. Together, we can make a difference through peaceful choices.