Celebrating New Partnerships 
   Creating Trauma Informed ~ Healing Centered Communities
We are expanding our scope of work to include working with women who are incarcerated and recently released. We are looking forward to working with #cut50 to ensure women are treated fairly and have resources in place as they reenter local communities. #cut50,­ an initiative of The Dream Corps­, is a national bipartisan effort to reduce the number of people in our prisons and jails while making our communities safer. 

CHEER Consulting Group: Today’s climate of social injustice and inequity have implications for each of us. CHEER Consulting Group supports institutions in facilitating conversations among clients, employees, and administrators to properly align the vision of the organization with actions and to safeguard against internal and external challenges. Raja Staggers-Hakim, PhD/Owner 

Kingwood Catering, LLC: Where We Cook From the Heart  Kingwood Catering provides delicious meals and snacks at our community events and meetings. We are thankful for this partnership and their generous donations. Jocelyn Kingwood, BS/Owner 

Heart to Heart Counseling, LLC: Our experience enables us to offer effective outpatient, individualized, psychological care. We treat a number of mental health disorders, and provide a neutral ground to individuals, families, and couples. Minister Natasha Wright, LCSW/Owner/Lead Clinician  

Bridgeport Department of Health and Social Services:  The mission of the Health and Social Services Department is to promote and protect the health of the people of Bridgeport through the provision of essential public health services, monitoring of programs, enforcement of laws and ordinances, and collection of health information. Our objectives are to provide a stable and trusted vehicle of communication, education, training and collaboration between all Health & Social Service departments, divisions and programs.

National Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network: The National Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network’s (NBWHAN) mission is to be a voice and advocate for Black women and girls living with or affected by HIV/AIDS by engaging in policy and program initiatives that fight gender, social and health inequities

Bridgeport Prospers, Cradle to Career: Bridgeport Prospers is a new way of working together to create exceptional results for our young people and community. They are coming together around a shared community vision. They believe in working intentionally across the entire cradle to career continuum and using data and evidence to inform our decisions. We are engaging local stakeholders from all backgrounds to track our progress and adjust our course.

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies:  FPWA (The Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies) serves as a critical resource for New York City’s faith community. Their faith based initiatives and activities include advocacy opportunities, effective strategies for mobilizing communities, training and information services, and capacity building. Through the synergy of this partnership, we can better serve faith communities and create trauma informed programs for women of color. 

Lift Ministries: Helping women survive life’s circumstances and sexual trauma. Priscilla Santiago/Lead Group Facilitator.  Grassroots community advocacy efforts.

Emerging Voices Production Company: From Page to Stage Theater Emerging Voices Production Company specializes in writing and producing community theater using historical yet relevant topics and themes. Rev. Ina Anderson/Owner and Lead Writer. Expertise in historical and trans-generational trauma. 
Kevin Monroe and Devotion: Gospel Recording Artists, proclaiming the Good News through Worship! Host and sponsor of A Balm in Gilead Conference: Mental Health and Health Inequities

Mount Aery Baptist Church: We are a praying people with a powerful witness of a perfect God. 
Rev. Anthony L. Bennett, DMin Senior Pastor 

GBAPP, Inc.: Dedicated to helping people make informed decisions. 

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship:  African American Religious Autobiography Seminar 

Community Healing Network:  mission is to mobilize Black people across the African Diaspora to heal from the trauma caused by centuries of anti-Black racism, to free ourselves of toxic stereotypes, and to reclaim our dignity and humanity as people of African ancestry. Vision is a world in which all Black people have moved beyond surviving to flourishing, and are enjoying life in all its fullness, in body, mind, and spirit.

Southern AHEC, Inc. Be the Change Connecticut Partnership. Mobilize statewide initiative that utilizes the expertise and connections of a broad network of organizational partners and regional Community Health Workers working side by side a corps of volunteer Be the Change advocates to implement project strategies and activities 

Black Future Labs, Inc. 


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