Transforming Entire Communities through the Mentoring of Youth

Rogue Valley Mentoring
Rogue Valley Mentoring2 days ago
Dear Teachers, Staff, and Administrators of Talent-Phoenix School District,

All of us at Rogue Valley Mentoring are thinking of you, and your families. We know that your district has been hardest hit by these fires and recognize the effort of strength, and resiliency it is taking right now to continue showing up for our youth in all the ways you do.

To show our support Rogue Valley Mentoring has organized a support circle specifically for the staff and administrators of the Phoenix/Talent School District. We know that you and your staff are providing steady support for your students and staff while at the same time being asked to stretch beyond personal losses and trauma. Research shows that sharing the story of a traumatic event can decrease stress levels, improve symptoms of depression and relieve anxiety. Our support session will give each person a safe confidential space to share their own experiences and be heard. They will have an opportunity to integrate their life experience with the responsibility of caring for their students.

This circle will be held on Tuesday September 29 from 4:30 to 6:00 PM on the grounds of the Coyote Trails Nature Center in the U.S. Cellular Park at 2931 S. Pacific Hwy. The session will be facilitated by the professional staff of Rogue Valley Mentoring. There will be an option to continue this circle of support.

Please RSVP to Laura@RVMentoring.org

RSVP not required to attend.
Rogue Valley Mentoring
Rogue Valley Mentoring3 days ago
Dear Community,
We are offering Support Circle for our Community, this Friday September 25th at the Coyote Trails Nature Center in Phoenix. This circle is for families and folx of all ages. Please invite friends, family and anyone who you feel may benefit!

The Almeda fire that came through the Rogue Valley and took so many homes and business with it has left our community shaken and with so much to process. Our intention for this circle is to provide a safe space for us to come together and hold ourselves and each other gently.

We will gather to share stories, give and receive support and listening in community, and just be present with each other.

Please Bring Masks, drinking water, and yourself as you are.

We intend to continue to offer these community circles in the coming weeks and months as we are all in the process of recovering and getting our feet back under us after these fires.

Feel free to reach out with any questions.

We are really looking forward to gathering with you all.
With Love, and in Solidarity,
RVM Mentors & Staff
Rogue Valley Mentoring
Rogue Valley Mentoring7 days ago
Looking forward to our youth centered circles today. Free. Come as you are. No RSVP needed.

1pm middle school
2:30 high school
4:00 SOU students / RCC / Any young adult

Thank you Flipside! We are so lucky to be in community with you.

RVM IN THE MEDIA

Exec. Dir. Sarah Kreisman—KOBI-TV 1/27/19
Workshop…Helping Local Youth Succeed—Medford Mail Tribune, 1/24/19
PUBLIC PROFILE: Sarah Kreisman, Exec. Dir. RVM—Rogue Valley Messenger 1/24/19
Mentors Help Local Youth Succeed—Ashland Daily Tidings, 1/23/19
Mentoring Essentials—KOBI-TV 12/27/18

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