Organizations Filed Purposes:
SafeArt uses the expressive arts to address issues of bullying, dating violence, domestic abuse, and sexual assault.
The Youth Wellbeing Project was launched in 2018. It involves weekly classroom residencies at multiple schools, restorative justice individual sessions, after school programs, youth conference workshops, and summer camp residencies reaching youth across the state. The 2020 pandemic caused most of this work to be done remotely.
The Healing Arts for Women Program is in its 12th year. We have changed the format of the program over the years to respond to the needs of the community but it always has the goal of providing an opportunity for women to utilize the power of their creativity through the expressive arts to process trauma and life experiences, be it illness, death of a loved one, sexual or family violence, major accidents, etc. Four years ago, we started the Healing Arts Imaginative Care Unit (HAICU), as a model to address the needs of women who are either at-risk of psychiatric hospitalization or requiring other forms of intensive mental and emotional support. Due to the pandemic and the high risk nature of some of our participants much of the program work has been done remotely.
SafeArt facilitates trauma-informed expressive arts workshops, presentations and trainings for professionals in the field, as well as community members.
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