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FREE SUMMER LUNCH & BREAKFAST FOR KIDS – GREATER LOVE WORLD
The Greater Love World Outreach Center will participate in the Summer Food Service Program. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided to all children at no charge. Meals will be served at 1501 Upland Drive in Greensboro. For more information, call 336-233-3829.
BEYOND THE WALLS OUTDOOR PROGRAM – MONUMENT OF FAITH MINISTRIES
Monument of Faith Ministries, 319 North Henry Street Eden, NC will host a Beyond the Walls Outdoor Program, Sunday, May 24th at Freedom Park 121 North Edgewood Road Eden, NC at 11 a.m. Enjoy games, food, kid amusement, fellowship and more!
JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION – CARL CHAVIS YMCA
Carl Chavis YMCA’s annual Juneteenth celebration, Saturday, June 20th from 2pm to 6pm at 2757 Granville Street in High Point. Enjoy fun, food, fellowship, live entertainment, fantastic prizes as we celebrate African American freedom. If you are a singer, poet, rapper, gospel group or vendor that would like to participate, contact Shanette Jenkins at 336-434-4000.
NORTH CAROLINA 2ND ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION AIM CONVENTION
Building on the Foundation! Join Bishop Stenneth E. Powell, Sr., and Superintendent Otis Lockett, Jr. for the 2015 North Carolina 2nd Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction AIM Convention! Get ready for Youth Day, Scholastic Motivation Competitions, and evening services! There’s something for everyone! Guest speakers include: Thursday night with Bishop Jason Nelson, and Friday, we close it out with Min. Tye Tribbett! Interactive workshops begin at 7 pm nightly with NC AIM department leaders. Mark your calendars! June 18-19, all roads lead to Abundant Life Christian Center in Raleigh, NC! Registration packages are available. Visit www.ncaim.org and register your spot today!
CHOSEN GENERATION CONNECTION, INC. FATHER’S DAY GOLF TOURNAMENT
Chosen generation connection, Inc. presents 1st annual Father’s day golf tournament Gillespie golf course, 306 East Florida St. in Greensboro, Saturday, June 20, 2015 check in: 7:30am entry fee $60- format: captain’s choice [4 person scramble] mulligan’s for sale during check in rsvp required by calling 336/632-0205 x 1660.
COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR
Community Health Fair on Saturday, June 6th 2015 from 10:00 am to 2:00pm. We will have Nurse Practitioners and Dental Hygienists available to answer health questions and readily have information about heart health, cancer, diabetes and other health issues. Nurses will also be available to demonstrate how to administer CPR. Our focus will be discussing health topics that are important to you! All questions can be submitted to email@example.com or call (336) 294-4325 Wednesday through Friday between the hours of 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on or before May 15th. This event is free and light refreshments will be available as well.
CASTING CALL FOR JUNETEENTH REENACTMENT – TALENTED VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Saturday, June 20TH at 11:00am, the International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM) will hold a casting call for a Juneteenth reenactment. The reenactment will take place Saturday, June 20, 2015 as part of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum's Juneteenth celebration. This casting call is for all ages and all talents with casting for both lead and background roles. Be prepared to display a small piece of your talent at the call. For more information, visit their website www.sitinmovement.org
WOMEN'S WEEKEND - THE WOMEN OF THE RISING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
The Women of the Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church, 146 Fisher Hill Rd., in Eden, will be celebrating their annual Women's Weekend on May 15-17. The theme is, "The Titus II Woman". On Friday night at 7:30pm, Pastor Nicole Bonds and The Life Church of Lynchburg, VA will be our special guests. On Saturday at 11:00am, Rev. Brenda Gwynn, Assistant Pastor of M & L Faith Tabernacle Church in Reidsville will be our special guest. Everyone is invited to attend. Pastor Johnnie F. Taylor is our pastor. For more information please contact 627-1841.
The Adult Center for Enrichment is offering Normal Aging versus Dementia on Wednesday, May 27th from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The session will be held at Beth David Synagogue Chapel, 804 Winview Drive, in Greensboro. With age, you can expect certain gradual changes, but what is “normal?” Join us as Dr. Michele Haber of Geriatric Consulting Services addresses this question. Dr. Haber is a Geriatric Medicine specialist with extensive experience in geriatric evaluation, medical education, and clinical practice. Included will be a discussion of communication and how verbal abilities change with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. To register online, please go to www.ACEcare.org. You can also contact Jodi Kolada at (336) 274-3559 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know if you need care for you loved one during this time as prior arrangements are required by May 20.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH YOUTH DANCE RECITAL
Zion Baptist Church Youth Praise Dancers will celebrate their annual dance recital, Saturday, June 5th at 5:00pm at 807 Piedmont Street in Reidsville. This year’s theme is “This is my season”. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 336-349-3380.
RIVER OF LIFE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST WILL HOST THEIR ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST
River of Life Church of God in Christ will host their annual fellowship breakfast, Saturday, June 13th at 9:00am at 5700 Riverdale Drive in Jamestown. Special guest speaker is Mother Harrizene Keyes, Jurisdictional Supervisor of Women. Individual ticket cost $15. For tickets contact 336-456-6522.
FREE NATIONAL WOMEN’S CHECKUP
Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency will host a FREE National Women’s Checkup day, Monday, May 11th from 9am until 4pm at Bennett College Gymnasium. The health fair will provide FREE screenings for blood pressure, diabetes, STDs, breast exams and more. Additional information call 336-274-1507 or visit their website www.piedmonthealthservices.org
4TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF SURVIVORS
New Church of Deliverance and Mom Ministries II presents the 4th annual celebration of survivors, Saturday, May 16th at 1:00pm at the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum. Special guest is Catherine Johnson-Family Justice Center. Tickets cost $25. For more information, call 336-210-2181.
CELEBRATING SEASONED SAINTS
Godly Faith Christian Center will host “Celebrating Seasoned Saints”, a program celebrating the senior generation, Saturday, May 16th at 3:00pm at 5606 Eckerson Road off of Hicone Road in Greensboro. Enjoy gospel singing, dancing, prizes and more! This event is free and all ages are welcomed. For more information, call 336-621-1055.
BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP, JUNE 22-26
Registration is now open for Basketball camp for boys ages 7 to 14 at North Carolina A&T State University. The focus is on fundamental skills taught through individual instruction and a variety of drills. The camp will be held Monday, June 22 through Friday, June 26, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Corbett Sports Center. Cost: $110 before June 15, $125 after, non-refundable. For more information contact Coach Darren Corbett, 336 285-3611.
GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPS, JUNE AND JULY
The Lady Aggies will host three girls basketball camps this summer. Serious 9th through 12th-grade athletes looking to elevate their game are invited to the Elite Camp on June 21st. Younger athletes (2nd through 9th grades) are invited to work on fundamental skills and basketball knowledge at the Day Camp, July 13th to 16th. And for 9th- to 12th-grade teams looking to grow together and compete against high-level offseason competition, come to the Team Camp on June 27th and 28th. For more information contact Jessica Smith at 336-285-3615.
SUMMER VOLLEYBALL CAMP, JULY 17TH TO 19TH
The A&T 2015 Summer Volleyball Camp will be held July 17th to 19th at Moore Gym. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 12 to 18. Registration cost is $250 for resident campers and $200 for commuters ($20 off for N.C. A&T faculty and staff and $20 off for eight players or more from the same team). For more information, visit their website www.ncatvolleyballcamp.com
WOMEN’S DAY – PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH
Providence Baptist Church will celebrate Women’s Day, Sunday, May 17th at 10:55am. Guest speaker is Cathy C. Jones of Parkwood Institutional CME Church in Charlotte. This event is free and open to the public. Providence Baptist Church is located at 1106 Tuscaloosa Street in Greensboro.
NEW LIGHT REFUGE TEMPLE SUNDAY SCHOOL FUNDRAISER
New Light Refuge Temple Sunday School, Madison, NC is holding a plate lunch sale on Saturday May 23rd from 12:00 noon until 3:00 pm. They will offer choice of an entrée (fish, chicken, pork chops), two vegetables, dessert, and drink for 10.00, children’s plate 5.00 with an adult purchase. Eat in or take out. All food prepared fresh. Call for tickets at 427-0016 or 932-3394. Orders can be placed on event day by calling 427-4242. Delivery on orders of 20.00 or more can be arranged if placed ahead of event date. Please come out and help us raise funds to better equip our Sunday school.
MASQUERADE BALL – WELFARE REFORM LIAISON PROJECT
The Welfare Reform Liaison Project, Inc. will host a masquerade ball, Saturday, May 23rd from 7pm until Midnight at One Marriott Drive in Greensboro. Hosted by Doctors Thomas E. and Janice Brewington, the Kind and Queen of Carnivale. Attendees are invited to come experience a magical evening of mystery and intrigue while enjoying a cocktail reception, silent auction, dinner and dancing. Tickets cost $125. Proceeds from the event will assist in the expansion of programs available to Guilford County residents. For more information, contact Shannon Armstrong at 336-691-5780.
FREE SUMMER PATHWAYS CAMP FOR ADULT STUDENTS
Free College and Career Readiness Summer Pathways Camp for adults will be held at Sandhills Community College July 6-9, 2015, from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Advice will be available regarding improving your academic skills, or earning your high school equivalency; and completing training as a hospitality professional, personal care aide, electrical wiring apprentice, or nursing assistant. Call Nicole Worley at 910-695-3772 or Karen Decata at 910-695-3779.
Kingdom People Records is hosting an OPEN MIC at Open Door Fellowship Church located on 3535 Rehobeth Church Rd here in Greensboro. This OPEN MIC will be Saturday, May 16th from 6-9pm and will continue every 3rd Saturday of each month.
MIMI AND ME DINNER THEATRE – MAXWELL CHAPEL AME CHURCH
Maxwell Chapel AME Church will sponsor a dinner theatre presentation entitled “MiMi and Me” on Sunday, May 17th at 6:00 pm. This autobiographical play written by Rev. Dr. Linda K. Norflett explores the lives of a daughter and mother coming to terms with the daughter’s developmental challenges due to autism. Dr. Norflett, a retired professor and dean of the drama department at NC Central University, and her daughter MiMi perform this readers theatre production that explores their personal stories to provide inspiration and healing. This event will include dinner, and will take place at Occasions in Burlington. The dinner and play cost $25 and you can purchase tickets by contacting Debra Parrish at 336-376-8735 or at email@example.com
UNITED WAY 2015 AAL SPEAKER SERIES WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER – SPIKE LEE
Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime experience with celebrated filmmaker Spike Lee. He's coming to Greensboro and you're invited! Join us for United Way's 2015 African American Leadership Speaker Series, presented by Bank of America and VF Corporation. It's happening Friday, May 15, 11am-1pm, at the Koury Convention Center. All are welcome to attend. Hear from Spike Lee, be inspired, and give back. Tickets and sponsorships are available now! Proceeds support the work of United Way in our community. Visit www.UnitedWayGSO.org to save your seat today!
COMMUNITY AFTERSCHOOL CARE EDUCATION CENTER SEED PLANTING CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Seed Planting Christian Church announces today that it plans to open its Community Afterschool Care Education Center located at 1808 Hardie Street. The program offers a variety of unique activities such as a bio-mimic art shack, outdoor laboratory, and community garden to stimulate the learning process of children. Open enrollment begins June 15th 2015. Applications are available upon request and the enrollment fee is $40 per a week. The C.A.C. also offers a scholarship program to assist families who are unable to afford the cost of care.For more information about this program, please call Pastor Bobby Mack and Almetia Mack
(336) 676-7396, or Ms. Rachel Snipes (336) 855-6331.
7TH JOHN W. COLTRANE MUSIC EDU-TAINMENT FESTIVAL
The 7th Annual John W. Coltrane Music “Edu-tainment” Festival, Saturday, October 3rd at 1935 Ghio Osborne Road in Hamlet, North Carolina from 12pm until 7pm. Celebrating Roots & Talents of NC Sandhills & SC PeeDee Regions. Seeking Premium musicians, singers, authors, poets, artists and dancers, also seeking sponsors, vendors, exhibitors, donations, supplies, volunteers and talent. For more information, call 347-286-8742 or visit their website www.jcmef.com
AGGIE IMPACT SCHOLARS PROGRAM: LEAD COUNSELORS AND ASSOCIATE COUNSELORS NEEDED
The Aggie Impact Scholars Program is a summer transition program for selected freshmen designed to enhance college achievement. The program will last from June 25, 2015-August 3, 2015. Lead Counselors are needed to direct and coordinate the efforts of the Associate Counselors and serve as the Student Activities Director. Newly graduated students, current graduate students and educators are encouraged to apply for this role. Associate Counselors will monitor students, assist instructors, provide tutoring, supervise/lead social and academic activities, chaperone outings, and other duties as assigned. Rising A&T sophomores, juniors and seniors in any academic discipline with strong writing and mathematics skills are encouraged. The program offers compensation for room and meals for six weeks. To be considered, please direct all inquiries to Ms. Dawn M. Nail, Center for Academic Excellence, firstname.lastname@example.org, or (336)285-4133.
CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER U.S. REPRESENTATIVE JOHN LEWIS – NC A&T SPRING COMMENCEMENT
Civil rights leader U.S. Representative John Lewis will be the speaker for North Carolina A&T State University’s spring commencement at 8:30 a.m., Saturday May 9th at the Greensboro Coliseum. Representative Lewis one of the original Freedom Riders in 1961, became a nationally known leader of the movement as an organizer and speaker at the March on Washington in 1963. For more information visit our website, ncat.edu!!
SAVING OUR FUTURE FORUM – NEW JERUSALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, 1212 North Dunleith Avenue in Winston Salem will host the “Saving Our Future Forum”, Saturday, May 16th at 10:00am. Learn how to strengthen the bond between law enforcement officers, elected city officials, lawyers, judges, and mental health workers. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 336-723-9743.
40TH YEAR REUNION – DUDLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1975
The Dudley High School "Class of 1975" will be celebrating their "40th" year reunion July 2015. Weather you can attend ...or not... the class ask that you visit/register current contact info as well as catch up and connect with other classmate. Website: https/www.Classcreator.com/Greensboro-North-Carolina-Dudley-1975.Have questions? Use website under "Contact Us"
TAKE BACK THE YOUTH CRUSADE - BETHANY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
Youth Harvest presents the Take Back the Youth Crusade. Don't miss the live music, special performances and a relevant message just for young people. This one night event will be held on Friday, June 12th at Bethany Fellowship Church. Doors will open at 7:30pm. For more information visit our website at Youthharvest.net
WILLIE MASON AND FRIENDS 6TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
The 6th Anniversary Celebration ("Telling Our Stories, Sharing Our Lives") of WILLIE MASON AND FRIENDS on Sunday, June 7th at 5 p.m. , at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church 4129 Northampton Drive, Winston-Salem, NC. The Reverend Dr. Nathan E. Scovens is the Senior Pastor. For more information, contact Willie J. Mason at 336.451.4756.
KINGS DOMAIN PRAISE AND WORSHIP CENTER, INC. - SPIRITUAL OUTPOUR CONFERENCE 2015
Apostle Dr. Carlos Shipman, along with Kings Domain Praise and Worship Center, Inc. will host its Spiritual Outpour Conference 2015 beginning Thursday, June 4, 2015 through Sunday, June 7, 2015. This year's theme is "Quicken Me for My Destiny! Ephesians 3:19" On Thursday, June 4, 2015 at 7pm, the guest speaker will be Pastor Tracey Troy of Victory In Jesus Ministries Inc. in Whiteville, NC. On Friday, June 5, 2015 at 7pm, the guest speaker will be Dr. Dorothy Boyd-Rush of Fellowship Deliverance Sanctuary Ministries in Acworth, GA.
Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 10am, the guest speaker will be Pastor Frances Windley of Tabernacle of Victory in Brooklyn, NY. At 6pm, the guest speaker will be Prophetess Annette Kenon of Christ Our Healer Ministries Inc. in Indianapolis, IN.
Sunday, June 7, 2015 at 10:45am, the guest speaker will be Prophet Dr. Curtis Irvin of Tabernacle of Victory in Brooklyn, NY. At 6pm, the guest speaker will be Prophetess Annette Kenon of Christ Our Healer Ministries Inc. in Indianapolis, IN. Kings Domain is located at 1904 Sam Potts Hwy in Hallsboro, NC.
MEN & WOMEN’S DAY – NEW SAINT PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH
The New Saint Paul Baptist Church cordially invites you to join in with us as we celebrate our annual Men & Women's Day on Sunday, May 17th at 3 PM. Our special guests will be Overseer J. E. Graham, pastor of New Covenant Christian Center, Greensboro, NC and his congregation worshipping with us. For more information of this or any other event, please contact the church at 336.635.5171. The New Saint Paul Baptist Church is located at 1020 E. Stadium Drive, Eden, NC. Reverend Dr. Joel E. Clark is the pastor.
76 SOUTHERN DISTRICT CONVENTIONS
76 Southern District Conventions Thursday, May 21 - Sunday, May 24 at First Pentecostal Church, 4380 Highway 64 East, Asheboro, NC, Elder Samuel Dean Staley-Pastor Public Invited:
APPLIED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT NC A&T
Are you a high school senior interested in engineering and hands-on learning? Then the Applied Engineering Technology Department at NC A&T State University is your best choice! This undergraduate degree program provides you with engineering foundation, technological hands-on skills and industrial management basics. After your graduation with this degree, many large companies will welcome you to join their working teams with very attractive compensation. If interested, please call the Office of Student Success at 336-334-7359.
SUMMER SESSION AT NC A&T
Did you know taking classes during summer sessions can allow you to: Develop a plan to increase your GPA, lighten your course load for the fall, focus on more intense classes and graduate early. Don’t wait! Register now for the 2015 Summer Session at North Carolina A&T State University, because that’s what aggies do! For summer dates or for more information, contact the Office of Summer sessions at 336-334-7810 or visit our website www.ncat.edu
NC A&T CAMPUS RECREATION CENTER
Attention all Students, Faculty and Staff at North Carolina A&T State University Get into shape at The Campus Recreation Center located on the corner of Benbow and Bluford roads. Validated students' memberships is included in your tuition and Faculty and Staff memberships are just $120.00 Annually or $10.00 a month with payroll deduction. Please contact the Campus Recreation Center staff at 285-4230 for more information. We are helping Aggies create a healthy lifestyle! Aggie Pride!!!
SUMMER SESSIONS – NC A&T
Summer days can lead to a brighter future through the extended learning office of summer sessions at North Carolina A&T State University. Degree and non-degree seekers, students visiting from other colleges, even rising high school juniors and seniors can select from an array of courses scheduled from May 18th to July 31st. Take advantage of affordable tuition. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with smaller classes. Brighten your future this summer! Enroll in one of the summer sessions at North Carolina A&T. For more information call 336-334-7810.
AGGIE ENRICHMENT CAMP – NC A&T
The last day of school will be here before you know it. Be prepared by enrolling your child in the North Carolina A&T Summer Youth Programs. They’re designed to help elementary and middle school students explore future careers, discover their hidden talents, and become more enlightened in academics. The camps operate between June 15th and July 31st for ages 6 to 13.
Robotics, Art, Math, Engineering, Animal Science, Theatre are a few of the most popular.
For more information; contact the Office of Continuing Education at 336-334-7810.
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
The Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Support Group meets the third Monday of each month, 6-7:15 pm. Caregivers are invited to attend for support, to learn and share information about caring for their loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease. Open sharing is encouraged and confidentiality is stressed. The next meeting will be Monday March 16 at 2105 Yanceyville Street, Greensboro. Scott Herrick of the Alzheimer’s Association Western Carolina Chapter will speak on “Understanding and Responding to Dementia Related Behaviors: Driving, Finances and Doctor’s Visits.”
GREENSBORO BRANCH NAACP – FREEDOM FUND BANQUET
The Greensboro Branch of the NAACP, will host the 50th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet, Saturday, May 16th at 5:30pm at 3121 High Point Road in Greensboro. Keynote speaker Rev. Dr. William Barber II – President of the NC State Conference of the NAACP & National Board Member. Banquet ticket cost $50 per person. For Tickets or advertisement info, call 336-273-1222.
THE EBONY GOSPEL CHORALE 40TH ANNIVERSARY
The Ebony Gospel Chorale of Greensboro & High Point will Celebrate their 40th Anniversary Friday May 15, @ 7:30pm in the Sanctuary of Williams Memorial CME Church, 3400 Triangle Lake Road, High Point, NC. The Group will be presented in Concert with current and former Members. Special Guest for the Evening will be Minister Cornelius Young (Formerly of Greensboro) Of Mt Calvary Holy Church, Washington DC, and Bishop Terrence Sykes of Shekijah Preparation Assembly, Lynchburg, Va , both writers and composers. Rev Robert J. Williams, Pastor Kenneth L. Norman, Minister of Music 336-558-2932
UNWIND COMMUNICATIONS OUTREACH NETWORK BUS TO JOYFEST
Unwind Communications Outreach Network, a nonprofit organization is sponsoring a bus to Joyfest, Saturday, May 23rd. Park and concert tickets are included. Get on the Joy Bus with “The First Light’s” Linda Greenwood Saturday May23th for fun filled trip and concert. For more information call 336-324-8045, that’s 336-324-8045.
THE CITY OF LIFE PROJECT IN DANVILLE, VA
The City of Life Project presents Trip Lee, Witness and Humble Tip in concert, Saturday, May 30th at 6:30pm at Averett Grant Center, 707 Mount Cross Road in Danville, Virginia. General admission for standing is $15 before and $25 at the door, Bleacher seats $20 before and $30 at the door, VIP Seating $50 before and $60 at the door. For more information visit their website www.cityoflifeproject.com
MASTER BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AT NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY
Cultivate and let your business mind flow while receiving your “MBA” Master of Business Administration at North Carolina A&T State University. With flexible online and on campus classes, personalized classrooms, and accessible instructors success is right around the corner. Learn with efficiency and purpose to manage people and processes, handle business problems with solution- orientation, read and interpret news and reports, communicate business ideas, and gain an understanding of business strategies. NC A&T will set you on the right path to a bright future in the business world. Worried that receiving your MBA isn’t in your budget? No problem! NC A&T offers affordable AACSB accredited programs ranging from Accounting to Human Resource Management, and Supply Chain Systems. The only thing standing between you and your MBA is you! For more information about the MBA program at North Carolina A&T, visit our website at www.ncat.edu/mba or speak directly with the MBA Director by calling 336-285-3291.
Because that’s what AGGIES DO!
FALL ARREST HARNESSES RESEARCH
North Carolina A&T researchers are looking for experienced roofers to participate in a project on fall arrest harnesses. There will be monetary compensation for participating. For more information, call 301-437-2602.
Register for FREE “Basic Skills Plus” classes to earn a nurse aide certificate and high school equivalency diploma at the same time. If you live in or near Moore County (Pinehurst, NC), call Karen Decata at Sandhills Community College at 910-695-3779. Register for FREE High School Equivalency and Adult Basic Education classes. If you live in or near the Westmoore area of Robbins, NC (Moore County), please call Sandhills Community College at 910-695-3998.
MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC AT NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY
Has anyone in your family been bothered by emotional, behavioral or substance abuse problems. If so, we are here in the community to help. The Center for Behavioral Health and Wellness is a mental health clinic that provides services for individuals across the lifespan, including children, adolescents, and adults, as well as their families. Our skilled clinicians are able to assess and treat a variety of conditions. Our specialty area is trauma recovery using an approach that recognizes that everyone has strengths, regardless of what they may be struggling with. Our services are based on principles of empowerment, trust, safety, choice and collaboration. A variety of payment options are available for your convenience. We are located on the edge of A&T State University’s campus at 913 Bluford St. Free parking is available. To schedule an appointment call our office today at (336) 285-2605.
SPARROW’S NEST INC. COMMUNITY RESOURCE WEBSITE
The Sparrow’s Nest Inc. , a youth leadership organization, in conjunction with the City of Greensboro, are developing a community resource website, called Hiphub.org which will feature Greensboro nonprofit organizations which offer programs for children, teens and families.
This directory is being offered for free to any nonprofit or faith based organization desiring to inform the public of the services they provide. This could include afterschool and weekend programs, dance programs, charter schools, etc. Each nonprofit would receive a 200x200 banner ad with their logo, a brief mission statement and a link to their webpage.
For profit businesses can support this initiative and advertise their services for a small fee for the entire year. For more information call 336-549-0146.