Anger is a complex emotion which impacts each and every one of our lives. Anger can be a righteous tool which fans the flames of justice and inspires the masses to fight for a better world. On the other hand, however, anger can be a tool of destruction, sowing division and destruction between families, friends, and communities. When anger gets out of hand, it can wreak havoc in our lives and hurt both ourselves and those we hold dear. However, by strengthening communication skills, implementing practical coping mechanisms, and identifying the root causes of our emotions, we are better-equipped to handle whatever life throws our way.
When it comes to the life of a returning citizen, this is a process which can evoke a number of emotions. After incarceration, a reemergence to society can be both joyful and uncertain, causing a whirlwind of thoughts and feelings. As reemerging citizens re-enter our society and reacclimatize to day to day living, it is up to us as a community to provide these individuals with respect, care, and resources to help get back on their feet. And if you or someone you love is a reemerging citizen, Empowerment House has you covered with all the tools you need to process those feelings and come back better than ever.
Beginning on Wednesday, January 10th, Empowerment House will be hosting a handful of Anger Management Sessions. A follow-up session will be held on Wednesday, January 24th. The workshop will begin at 5pm at Mercer County Community College’s James Kearney Campus, located at 102 N. Broad Street, Trenton, NJ 08608. Throughout the evening, guests will have the opportunity to learn deescalation techniques, coping mechanisms, and other ways to handle anger when it arises. If you or someone you know is interested in participating, you can register to attend here: Anger Management Sessions – Register. If you have any questions or would like any help with registration, please contact Empowerment House at (609) 665-2143 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
The Empowerment House is a Trenton, NJ based 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established in 2019. The mission of Empowerment House is to provide individuals in need with up to one year of housing and eight life skill services, which can be found here: Services – Empowerment House. Resources are catered to men and women who struggle with obtaining housing, employment, displaying prosocial skills, rebuilding and/or building healthy relationships, and living out their life purpose due to substance/alcohol use. From cooking a healthy meal to managing finances and employment, Empowerment House’s wraparound services assure the success of their clients in every sense of the word.
For more information on Empowerment House and other available services, please visit their website, linked here: Empowerment House. A fresh start and a happier mind awaits you, so if you could benefit from this service, please be sure to contact Empowerment House to get started today.
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