Events

You are invited

Below you will find upcoming Beltrami Area Resiliency Team events.

These events focus on self-healing communities, building more empathy within our community, and creating more spaces where all voices are heard.

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We look forward to seeing you and be sure to invite a friend!

APRIL 2021

This training with explore the effects of toxic stress and adverse experiences on brain and nervous system development, key findings of the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) study, and share resilience-building approaches for all experiences.

100 Cups:

Continuing the Conversation

Over the past year, the Beltrami Area Resiliency Team has had over 100 conversations with community members sharing stories, concerns, and ideas about our local strengths and needs. Join us to explore the results of these conversations and to continue the discussion as we discern what the next steps look like for our community. 

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Resiliency

Tue April 27th, 6:30-8:30 pm

Click to JOIN Zoom HERE 

No registration needed

Wed April 20th, 8:30-10:30 am

Registration here

may 2021

Over the past year, the Beltrami Area Resiliency Team has had over 100 conversations with community members sharing stories, concerns, and ideas about our local strengths and needs. Join us to explore the results of these conversations and to continue the discussion as we discern what the next steps look like for our community. 

100 Cups:

Continuing the Conversation

Over the past year, the Beltrami Area Resiliency Team has had over 100 conversations with community members sharing stories, concerns, and ideas about our local strengths and needs. Join us to explore the results of these conversations and to continue the discussion as we discern what the next steps look like for our community. 

Wed May 5th, 12:00-2:00 pm

click to join Zoom here 

No registration needed

A deeper understanding of Trauma and resiliency:

Tue May 4th, 6:00-8:00 pm

Practical Strategies to Create

Greater Resilience

Registration here

Miigwetch, Giga-waabamin Menawaa! 
Thank you, see you again!