CONFERENCE RESCHEDULED FROM OCTOBER 7th and 8th TO NOVEMBER 12th.
DUE TO COVID: THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED ON-LINE WITH OPPERTUNITIES TO HOST WATCH PARTIES. If you live or work in Wyandotte and are interested in hosting a watch party for our event , please register here on Eventbrite and contact Shelby Mabery ( Shelby.Mabery@wyandotbhn.org) or Ilene Sims (Ilene.Sims@wyandotbhn.org) to receive your host packet. Hosts who bring 5 or more participants to their watch party will receive food catered from local restaurants in the community, supplies and a gift card as a thank you for supporting this event.
In-home parties should be limited to no more than 10 people. Office parties should be determined according to space to social distance safely.
ATTENDEES WILL BE NOTIFIED OF ALL CHANGES PRIOR TO EVENT.
Alive & Thrive Wyandotte County is excited to host its first ever Community Healing Conference! This conference, offered at no cost to those who live or work in Wyandotte County, is your opportunity to participate in the groundbreaking work of building a trauma-informed and more resilient community.
What’s more, it’s our opportunity to do what we love to do: bring talented people together to discuss how we can promote healing and resilience in Wyandotte County. This is why we have designed our conference to inspire us all to embrace our challenges and opportunities with an interactive, hands-on, roll-up-the-sleeves, and get-to-work approach.
We’ll have speakers, presentations about Alive & Thrive, and a review of Community Projects that will demonstrate the many different ways we can build a resilient community.
We will spend the day learning and working together. There will be interactive, solution focused conversations. There will be speakers, including the inspiring story of how three sisters relied on their community to survive a childhood of incest and abuse. But most important, there will be you and your ideas for how we can use what we already know about trauma and resilience to build a healthier, safer, and stronger Wyandotte County.
Links will be sent via email prior to start of conference.