Empowerment Center Blog
Interview with Christy Davila of West County Community Services about the free programs at Russian River Empowerment Center in Guerneville.
The Russian River Empowerment Center hosted it’s annual winter solstice feast for members and guests December 21.
We’re All in the Same Boat
Miller: “Art does mirror ourselves.”
And so we have a community now, I’m part of the community, how about that?
“The caged bird sings / with a fearful trill / of things unknown / but longed for still /…” Maya Angelou
The more I help others the better I feel about myself. That’s the way it is, isn’t it?
The Russian River Empowerment Center is a peer-managed center providing a place for individuals with a history of behavioral issues to find food, friendship, and family-like care. The Center offers members the use of phone, computer, T.V., and couch for talk or a time-out.
There will be new and ongoing art projects, with guest artists.
Parsely, Sage, Rosemary and … Tomatoes…
“The arts empower. The arts give a voice to the voiceless.” Robert L. Lynch, President, Americans for the Arts
See the Daily Classes, Groups, Activities
“People here do care.” Russ
She brings what have been her own challenging experiences in order to help others.
How We Share the Danger of Not Sharing
It’s cold and rainy, but it’s warm and dry at the Empowerment Center, and there’s a lot to do. See the December calendar.
In a 2 page brochure Counseling Programs at West County Community Services are briefly described.
Work and play at the Empowerment Center is described in a new 2 page brochure.
When Suzi first came to the Empowerment Center 4 years ago… she felt alone, scared and not very emotionally stable.
October at the Empowerment Center will be full of activity. Check it out.