Updated: Sep 19
Are you a Psychologist, Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Nurse, Adjustment Counselor, Case Manager or Therapeutic Mentor? The work you do is extremely important. Unfortunately, every year, millions of children and youth are impacted by poverty and violence. In turn, this can have a extreme adverse impact on how children and youth experience safety and wellbeing.
Please tell us about the work you do or have done with at risk children and youth in your Hospital Settings, Residential Homes, Schools or communities. Feel free to share with us some of your learned wisdoms, best practices, or experiential learnings. Your voice is a powerful tool that can break down barriers and create positive outcomes for those in need of experiencing reflection, expression community and change.
Where do you feel more male support is needed in the field of social work?
What type of disparities or social justice issues are disrupting the community you live in or work in?
What type of interventions, staff trainings or educational information are currently being used, or is needed in your community or setting to create the positive outcomes or collective consciousness you would like to experience with your colleagues?
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Our mission is to help children and youth overcome unfortunate public health disparities such as extreme poverty, violence, and illness through music and performing arts education. Together we can build greater resilience, hope and change in our children and youth.
Our music and performing arts workshops explore beat making, storytelling, lyric writing artist collaboration and music recording. The workshop also highlights the transformative benefits of music on the cognitive development of children and youth.
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We are Artists, Activists, Educators and Musicians who volunteer time to educate about the transformative benefits of music on cognitive development. We receive financial support from the public in several different ways.
Freedom House Records donates 100% of it's profits from the sale of specified, Artist Performances, Music CD’s, Fundraising T-shirts, Trucker Hats, Towels, Socks, and other merchandise to the Freedom House Project.
The public also provides funds via donations as well as charitable community engagements conducted by Freedom House Records throughout greater Boston and other surrounding cities up and down the East Coast.
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