Girl Power is a free, half-day workshop for middle and high school girls and the women who love them. Girl Power 2020 is #substancefreeme – showing girls why it matters to stay substance free!
Girl power 2020 is an exciting opportunity for the community to come together and invest in teenage girls. Groups and organizations that represent Northeast Georgia have joined forces to show these middle and high school girls the resources that are available to them for making healthy life choices, especially with substance use and abuse (Girl Power committee members listed below!). Navigating this world can be difficult and substance abuse is a hard reality. Investing in the women of tomorrow secures a better future for our teens today and for women as a whole. All participants attend at no cost!
Girl Power 2020 will be a fun opportunity for students from all over Northeast Georgia to meet one another and see all of the things they have in common. They also will have the opportunity to learn different tactics to avoid potentially damaging situations and be able to recognize toxic, unsafe environments. Girl Power 2020 will help build young women’s confidence to know how to handle tough situations with healthy solutions and positive resources to empower them as they grow into young adults. We do not want our teenage girls to feel alone. WomenSource actively plays a role in keeping the difficult conversations going so teen girls know we see them and we support them.
Register Now at the link below!Girl Power 2020 Registration
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Kara Wheeler, Chair, First Presbyterian Child Development Center
Aylin Alvardo, District 2 Public Health Educator
Erika Lopez-Gill, District 2 Public Health Educator
Judy Brownell, CenterPoint
Jessi Emmett, Treatment Services for Dawson & Hall Counties
Heather Herrington, Treatment Services for Dawson & Hall Co.
Elizabeth Fielden, Hall County Family Connections
Kristen Green, Chattahoochee Child Psychology Services
Joni Powell, Laurelwood
Shelley Shope, Keller Williams Realty
Brandee Thomas, My Sister’s Place
Stephanie Woodard, Solicitor General
Marsha Stringer, Longstreet Clinic
Anslee Wilson, A Helping Hand Home Care
Renee Sweeney, Free Chapel
Elizabeth Burnette, WomenSource