A statement on current events affecting our communities

A statement on current events affecting our communities

A statement on current events affecting our communities

Our hearts are broken by the events of the last few days. We struggle to make little sense of the tragic and unnecessary deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the many other stories told and untold.

In tragedy, we are reminded of the value of all humans. That each person deserves the opportunity to flourish. An opportunity that entire generations and communities are prevented from accessing.

We now must face the challenge of who we will be in light of the struggles of those around us. How will we respond to these systemic barriers? How will we address the injustices around us?

As an organization, we stand with the many communities who face these injustices. We are committed to listen, to learn, and most importantly, to act.

Reducing vulnerability to unwanted emotions | HEALTHY @ HOME

Reducing vulnerability to unwanted emotions | HEALTHY @ HOME

Reducing vulnerability to unwanted emotions | HEALTHY @ HOME

Licensed Professional Counselor, Diana Lleras gives her perspective on emotional health from the communities she serves. She also shares ways to identify unwanted emotions in family members and how you can create an environment that keeps you in an emotionally healthy place.

 

Cultivating a healthy message at home | HEALTHY @ HOME

Cultivating a healthy message at home | HEALTHY @ HOME

Cultivating a healthy message at home | HEALTHY @ HOME

We need distribute healthy messages in our home not only to our spouse, but to our children, pets, friends, etc. Here are some techniques you can begin using today and continue throughout a lifetime in order to help keep a healthy home and family.

3 times a day

Give the people you love an endearing touch.

2 times a day

Model the behavior you want the people you love to see in the future.

1 time a day

Come to the center and do something together.

VIDEO: Shelter-In-Place Is Extended But There Is Good News

VIDEO: Shelter-In-Place Is Extended But There Is Good News

VIDEO: Shelter-In-Place Is Extended But There Is Good News

We learned this week that Gov. Kemp was extending the shelter-in-place mandate for all Georgians and that the election was being postponed. Buzz shares all of the changes happening in the state, as well as some good news.

Watch Buzz’s weekly update:

Aha moments during crisis | HEALTHY @ HOME

Aha moments during crisis | HEALTHY @ HOME

Aha moments during crisis | HEALTHY @ HOME

Joyce and Katherine share some moments of realization that they are having during the current crisis. We hope these inspire you to make the most of this time.