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Listening Circles -
Healing our Community

Oct 23, 2017

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At this moment, someone is suffering from stress related reactions to the devastation of their home, neighborhood and community. Those people need to tell their stories, to be with others who comprehend the impact of the situation, and to feel that a  compassionate ear hears their cry for support and understanding.

That’s why Listening Circles are so effective. Restorative Resources trains volunteers to facilitate these circles wherever the need arises, and to offer a much needed sense of community to those who may feel adrift in the chaos.

We are always looking for volunteers, but never more so than now, when the need is greatest. If you are interested in facilitating Listening Circles, please contact Beatrice Camacho, at 707-542-4244, or email beatrice@restorativeresources.org to join a training class. As a community service, training for this process is free, through the month of November.

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