For Black American Families
Advocacy & Allies
Dealing with health and education issues can be tough. It’s important for Black families to develop skills to help navigate these complex systems. Do you want to learn how to find solutions for your child when working with health care providers, therapists and educators? If so, register for one or both of the workshops that focus on families working with professionals and dealing with challenges. The workshops, led by Nikki Montgomery, MA, MEd, GPAC, are designed for parents and caregivers of children aged birth - 12 years to talk about challenges and work on solutions. This two-day workshop covers what it takes to be a good advocate and how to gather a team of allies.
Register and you will be emailed information about how to join this program using the free Zoom app or by calling in using a toll-free number. When you register for the program, you will get instructions on how to receive your workshop materials. This program is a safe space and will not be recorded.
A second workshop is also offered in this series, if you would like to register or get more information for the Problem-Solving & Providers workshop, please click here.
Due to grant funding, this program is open to residents of the Greater Cleveland area.
Call, text or email:
P.O. Box 45372
Westlake, Ohio 44145
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