April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
ASRC and AYO recognize April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and we are: building community, building hope, creating strong, nurturing communities that are supportive of families! You can get involved and play a role in preventing child abuse and neglect, and promote child and family well-being.
Check out this website for more information and specific tips on what we all can do! click here
New FREE Yoga Class
Starting April 4th, we will be hosting a free yoga class from 8:30- 9:30 am. The class will be led by Steve Shomo, our acupuncturist. After the class stay for some free acupuncture from 10 am – 1 pm.
Start your Tuesday off right with some mindful activities that will help build resilience!
Nia Class Cancelled
Sorry for the late notice, but our teacher has suffered a foot injury and is unable to teach Nia at this time. Once she is healed we will have the class. Thanks!
Elevator Construction and Parking Lot Update
Please be advised that our elevator will be out starting Monday March 27th, and will be down for about 4 weeks. Sorry for any inconvenience. Please check with us, or your group leader to see where your meeting will be held. The parking lot is currently open, but please keep checking with us as it will go away for one week in the near future. BREAKING NEWS: Wanted to let you all know that Jewell Park (the park behind our building) will have a re-opening party on June 17th from 11 am -1 pm. This is very exciting as our community will have an amazing outdoor space to use this summer!
Are you an avid gardener who likes to share your expertise? Do you want to learn how to care for a garden, or are you an aspiring gardener without a space? We need your help! Come be a part of the community garden at the Aurora Strong Resilience Center!
Come find us at: 1298 Peoria St. Aurora, CO 80011
Or call: (303) 739-1580 or (303) 617-2667
Or email Marc at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the link below to read our March newsletter!
New Art Donation!
We would like to send a special thank you to Michele Gutlove for donating a wonderful piece of art to commemorate the Aurora Theater Shooting. She donated a beautiful white dove that is now hanging in our building for all to come and see. Michele is a magnificent artist who travels all around the world providing glass art to those in need. The dove is a timeless symbol of peace. Please click here to see more of Michele’s art and the work she does.
Check out this article highlighting the Aurora Together event! The Aurora Strong Resilience Center along with many other community organizations created a night for the community to come and listen to experts talk about the future of our country and how Aurora will be impacted. Sabe Kremer is a member of Aurora Youth Options, and valued team member.
Everyone Is Welcome
All of us experience trauma throughout our lives in one way or another. While most events are minor, a single traumatic experience can be life altering. Some people may have no long term effects, while others may carry the mental and physical scars from trauma for days, weeks, months, or even years.
The Aurora Strong Resilience Center is a source of free direct services and resources for anyone to learn how to build personal resilience skills, and also to help manage stress and its impact on peoples’ lives. The Resilience Center was established by concerned citizens and organizations to be able to serve anyone who has been trying to build a stronger, healthier life and a greater sense of well-being after experiencing trauma.
For more information, please call 303-739-1580