Sanctuary Training Comes to Bangor

Sanctuary Training Comes to Bangor

Creating and Sustaining Sanctuary in Agencies and Communities

FREE training days for Community Members all over Maine

Building a Trauma Informed Community!

Dr. Sandra Bloom co-founder of The Sanctuary Model®AUGUST 9th 2016 8:30-4:30

Dr. Joe Benamati from Andrus-The Sanctuary Institute- SEPTEMBER 20th, 2016  8:30-4:30

Spectacular Events Center-Bangor Maine — for more information call JESS at 1-800-823-2988Or go to www.communitygotoboard.com

Day One:  August 9th:  8:30-4:30   Spectacular Events Center, Bangor, Maine.  Sanctuary and Trauma Informed Care – Spend a day with Dr. Sandra Bloom creator of The Sanctuary Model®.  Dr. Bloom will discuss the ways in which becoming trauma informed can affect the functioning of organizations in a positive way. See her attached Bio.

Day Two:  Sept. 20th:  8:30-4:30   Spectacular Events Center, Bangor, Maine.  Trauma-Responsive Tools – Spend the day with Dr. Joe Benamati from Andrus Center for Learning and Innovation, learning to apply some of the tools discussed in Day 1 with Dr. Bloom.  Dr. Benamati will discuss and model the use of tools in the Sanctuary toolkit. These tools help individuals and agencies have a common language and framework for adhering to Sanctuary values in an organization. See his attached Bio.

*These training days are free for registrants; however a donation to the CPPC District 6, 7, and 8 “Pay It Forward Fund” is suggested and welcomed!  Checks can be included with the registration form. Donations via Credit Card and PO are accepted by calling 1-800-823-2988 ask for JESS (Care of Wings for Children and Families)

Audience:  Community members, community providers of social services, social workers, educators, faith based organizations, nurses, doctors, community residents, collaborative members, behavioral health home organizations, substance abuse providers, Department of Corrections staff, Department of Human Services Staff.  Everyone is welcome. Everyone can benefit!  Space will be limited.  These presentations are a collaborative effort and sponsored by Community Partnerships for Protecting Children (CPPC-Bangor a DHHS funded program); Penquis Regional Linking Project-Families and Children Together; The Penquis Regional Linking Partnership; CPPC-Bangor Partnership; and Wings for Children and Families. 

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