Life Skills Series – April & May 2014

Life Skills SeriesThe Life Skills Series is being developed under the Permanent Supportive Housing Program in conjunction with Client Services at the NO/AIDS Task Force. PSH clients struggle with multiple challenges, ranging from mental and physical illness, substance abuse, and minimal education and job opportunities. The PSH Case Managers and Peer Support Specialists recognized a need among their clients, many of whom have experienced chronic homelessness, for basic life skills training and peer support.

Workshops are held weekly on Wednesday mornings at the NO/AIDS office in Mid-City. Topics include money management, health and wellness, effective communication skills, workplace etiquette, and more! . All NO/AIDS clients are welcome.

Classes are free and open to the public!  For more information contact Cynthia Mitchell at cynthiam@noaidstf.org or 821-2601 x 538

April 2014: Community Involvement
EVERY WEDNESDAY, 11:30 – 1:00 PM
2nd Floor, 2601 Tulane Ave

  • April 02: We’ve got the Power! Group Advocacy with Alice Reiner (NATF)
  • April 09: Community Building with Cynthia Mitchell (NATF)
  • April 16: Fair Housing: Learn What YOU Can Do  with Sophie Rosen (Fair Housing Action Center)
  • April 23: Stories by Us: Storytelling with Abram Shalom Himelstein (The Neighborhood Story Project)
  • April 30:  A Discussion with The Orleans Parish Prison Reform Coalition

May 2014: Performing Arts Month
EVERY WEDNESDAY, 11:30 – 1:00 PM
2nd Floor, 2601 Tulane Ave

May 07: Theater Workshop with ArtSpot
ArtSpot Productions is an ensemble of artists dedicated to creating meticulously LIVE theater in New Orleans.  ArtSpot’s productions are a sincere blend of disciplines developed through ensemble authorship, physically rigorous training, original music, interactive sculptural environments, and extended research and rehearsal.  ArtSpot practices social justice and shared power in creative and organizational processes, striving to incite positive change in our community with visually stunning performances and empowering educational programs.

May 14: How We Got Here: Storytelling and Small Book Making with The Neighborhood Story Project – Part 1

May 21: How We Got Here: Storytelling and Small Book Making with The Neighborhood Story Project – Part 2
The Neighborhood Story Project was founded as a book-making project based in the neighborhoods where its founders lived and worked. NSP works with writers in neighborhoods around New Orleans to create books about their communities. They will facilitate a two part program to help us make our own book of stories in LSCL!

 May 28: Introduction to Story + Performance with Mallory Falk (The Moth Podcast)
Independent radio producer and youth media instructor, Mallory Falk, will lead a session on how to craft and deliver a story for performance. Mallory began her work in audio storytelling as a Middlebury Fellow in Narrative Journalism and studied radio production the Transom Story Workshop. Her stories have aired on WWNO, WCAI, Vermont Public Radio, Northeast Public Radio and Public Radio Remix. Mallory currently teaches radio at ReNew Cultural Arts Academy and co-produces the New Orleans Moth StorySLAM.


 

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