Check out the 2022 "TRIGGERS: The Survivor's Speak Series", Gun Violence Awareness & Suicide Prevention Wellness event recap!
Gun Violence Awareness & Suicide Prevention Wellness Weekend
“TRIGGERS The Sequel: The Survivor’s Speak”
1974 S. Acoma St.
Denver, CO 80223
In support of From The Heart Foundation’s Second Annual Youth Gun Violence & Suicide Prevention Awarness Wellness Weekend FTHF presents “TRIGGERS The Sequel: The Survivor’s Speak” a documentary, Saturday, December 17th, 2022 followed up with Wellness Workshops and community conversations around solutions to this epidemic on Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday to celebrate all of our fallen soldiers on Monday, January 16th, 2023.
Saturday, December 17th, 2022: Join us for the invite-only “TRIGGERS Part Two: The Survivor’s Speak”. A mini-film based on a true story told through the perspectives of a survivor of gun violence and by the survivor’s assailant. On the evening of December 17th, the two guests will come together and share with the community the effects they have experienced since the incident 23 years ago. Both families will also gather to share the impact that the shooting has had on their extended family members' lives. A community conversation will be directed by Dr. Halim Ali, Executive Director of From The Heart Foundation along with other guest speakers. Light refreshments will be provided. 6-9pm
Monday, January 16th, 2023: Join us in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday for an entire day of mental health and wellness workshops facilitated by From The Heart Foundation’s collection of certified instructors: Throughout the day, small group sessions will be hosted on topics taken from the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (W.R.A.P.), the Habilitation Empowerment Accountability Therapy (H.E.A.T.) and FTH’s own curriculums. Youth who attend will receive compensation for their participation. Workshops will be held at the Industrious Central Business District located at 1801 California St. Denver, Co. 80202. Lunch will be provided. 9-3pm
Our focus is to shed light on today's topics of trauma related experiences through videography and real to life stories. Every year we aim to spread awareness about the increasing rates of gun violence, suicide ideation and honor those who have been lost to either tragedies. Our wellness workshops are to illuminate the mind and strive to awaken a new way to maintaining healthier lives with greater purpose and intention!
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