The After Trauma Empowerment Network is excited to share they were approved for project funding from the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission (NSLC) under their For the Good of the Community Fund. "As Nova Scotians, we are known for our resilience, resourcefulness and our way of coming together to celebrate all of life’s moments big and small. These moments of care and connection are critical to fostering a sense of belonging and overall well-being. We will support organizations and initiatives that work to build healthy and sustainable communities in our province. Our goal is to help everyone find moments of positive care and connection to help create a stronger Nova Scotia." (mynslc.ca)
We are so excited and grateful to have this valuable support from NSLC so we can offer a series of free workshops on being and living well in our community!
We welcome your input and suggestions for topics you would like to see for these workshops. Please fill out the Contact Form below if you have an idea you would like to share or sign up to be notified of upcoming workshops. You can also call our office at 902-758-3967 to sign up as well.
Thank you and have an empowering day!
After Trauma Empowerment Network (ATEN)