Surviving to Thriving 2019


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Bridging the Gaps: Working Together to Support Holistic Wellness Throughout Pittsburgh

2019 Surviving to Thriving seminars are  open to the public.

>> REGISTRATION NOW OPEN  FOR JUNE 15 <<

The primary goal of Surviving to Thriving is to create collaborative conversations regarding the impact of early childhood adversity and trauma on one’s cognitive, emotional and physical development as well as on interpersonal relationships and life choices throughout one’s life span. Through community collaborative learning sessions, we can develop greater awareness of needs that exist for healthy youth, adult, family and community development where all can thrive. Surviving to Thriving is a bridge designed to connect educators, community organizations, families and professionals across generations and the healthcare spectrum.

WHEN AND WHERE:
Saturdays, June 15th & August 10th from 10 am- 3 pm.
Doors open 9:30 am for light refreshments & community resource tables.
Winchester Thurston Upper School Building
455 Morewood Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15213

If you do related work, want to connect with this program, or want to host a resource table please send us an email: artinthegardenpgh@gmail.com

Surviving to Thriving and Art in the Garden are made possible by support from donors like you. 
Please make a gift online, or send a check to “OMA / Art in the Garden”

OMA Center for Mind, Body and Spirit Inc.
100 Rutledge Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15215

(OMA is a 501c3 so your donation is tax deductible.)

Surviving to Thriving is made possible by support from individuals like you and by Borland Garden, WT After 3, WT Summer Camp Rocks!, The Neighbors Committee, and The Heinz Endowments.

“The Heinz Endowments is devoted to the mission of helping our region prosper as a vibrant center of creativity, learning, and social, economic and environmental sustainability. Core to our work is the vision of a just community where all are included and where everyone who calls southwestern Pennsylvania home has a real and meaningful opportunity to thrive.”