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Coburn Place Offers Free Workshop on Mental Health for the Black Community - Taking Care of You: Relationships and Boundary Setting
posted: Mar. 28, 2024

A series of free workshops offered by Coburn Place called Taking Care of You aims to destigmatize prioritizing mental health in the Black community.
Taking Care of You: Relationships and Boundary Setting is an interactive workshop on Saturday, April 6, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at IBEW Local Union 481, 1828 N. Meridian St., Ste. 205, Indianapolis. Lunch is provided by PB&J Factory.
Led by therapist Hazel Owens, MDiv., LMFTA, the day starts with mindfulness and meditation by the Centers for Wellness for Urban Women. Owens will lead discussions on boundaries and why they are important, identify barriers to setting them, ways to identify and regulate emotions, and mindful responding versus emotional reactivity.
Children 4 and up who attend will do guided activities with local artist Angelita Hampton to boost their self-esteem while attendees take time for themselves.
Register at Everyone is welcome.
This program is presented by Coburn Place and was made possible by funding from the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative
About Coburn Place: Coburn Place offers compassionate support and safe housing choices for survivors of domestic violence and their children, illuminating a path forward. It is Indiana's largest and most comprehensive provider of longer-term housing options for survivors. Coburn Place offers on-site transitional housing along with community-based housing in a Domestic Violence Housing First approach to identify and eliminate housing barriers and improve survivors' overall housing stability and well-being.
About the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative: The Indianapolis Urban League in partnership with the African American Coalition of Indianapolis and a variety of organizations has implemented the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative. Funded through a $100 million grant from the Lilly Endowment, the IAAQLI is mobilizing African American resources while also building collaborations and partnerships to elevate the quality of life of African Americans in Indianapolis/Marion County.

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