SISFI's Females Emotional Wellness Support Group- Healing, Hope, Recovery
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
SISFI, the Suicide Institute, NYC Suicide Council and NCNW Child Development Center invites you to our Bronx Monthly
Females Emotional Wellness Support Group
The group provides peer support, resources, referrals and tools for any female in crisis, struggling, in distress, feeling alone, victimized, traumatized, unsettled and hurting from or with the life challenges to enhance and sustain their physical health and psychological wellness
There are many people who are suffering and struggling with life challenges that really need help with resources, counseling, therapy, coping and life skills.
The support groups provide peer support, resources and tools to cope with the life challenges and enhancing males health and wellness.
Are you struggling with life challenges that are affecting your mental, emotional, psychological and physical health?
Are you having suicidal thoughts, attempted suicide or grieving the loss of a loved one to violence or suicide?
Are you depressed and facing emotional distress and life challenges from it?
Have you lost a loved one to violence and feeling down, hurt, angry and depressed about it?
This is the support group for you.
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"SISFI" Scudder Intervention Services Foundation, Inc.
SISFI is a non-profit organization that provides education, awareness, training, support, development and research on social, societal, psychological, human, sociological and technological intelligence, impacts and effects of life from abuse, bullying (on and offline), domestic violence, gun violence, homelessness, socioeconomics, suicide, mental health, emotional distress, internet and technology across all levels of our infrastructure (people, processes, policies, laws and technology). We host workshops, presentations, training and personal/professional development workshops across the country to schools, businesses, churches, parents, youths, communities, educators, elected officials, clergy leaders, administrators and C-Suite executives to help in addressing these issues and providing effective and affordable working solutions.