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This week, Voices Center for Resilience is pleased to present two virtual, interactive workshops that further our goal of Building a Resilient Community. We hope you will participate to learn more about community resilience and wellness.

As part of VOICES Building a Resilient Community programs, we are launching a series of bereavement support groups. The group is intended for individuals who have lost a loved one in the past 3 years.

Building a Resilient Community is our theme for the year, and understanding "resilience" is the first step towards doing so. Join us on Wednesday, January 26 at 12PM, for the first in a series of monthly workshops on Building Personal and Community Resilience.

VOICES is committed to Building a Resilient Community, and we are ringing in the New Year with two innovative workshops. Both are designed to promote personal wellness – a critical component of resilience, and each provides an opportunity to try something new.

As we look ahead to 2022, VOICES reaffirms our commitment to provide meaningful programs that promote long-term healing and supportive connections. Building a Resilient Community: New Beginnings is the theme that guides our work for the month of January.

As we gather with family and loved ones over the holidays, we are reminded of the many gifts bestowed upon us this year. During the milestone of the 20th Anniversary, hundreds of individuals supported our work.

Today we learned that Alice Greenwald, President & CEO of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum plans to step down after dedicating 16 years to the creation of this world class institution. We are grateful for her compassion and steadfast stewardship of our nation’s 9/11 story.

I hope you and your family enjoyed the Thanksgiving Holiday! It’s hard to believe at this time of gratitude we are once again mourning the loss of those who tragically lost their lives in Michigan and Wisconsin.

This Thanksgiving, many of us will once again be observing the holiday surrounded by family and friends. After a year like no other, the simple pleasure of spending time with loved ones is something we appreciate more than ever.

Grief is always painful, but it feels like someone turns up the volume on our grief during the holidays. We hope you will join us, for a virtual workshop on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 7:00pm, as we explore our personal experiences of loss during this holiday season.