Community professionals who work with youth and families have a wonderful opportunity to connect and network at the Family Center of Grosse Pointe & Harper Woods “Meet & Greet,” to be held on Thursday, January 23, from 9 a.m.-12 noon at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, 20475 Sunningdale Park, Grosse Pointe Woods.
Therapists, counselors, medical, legal and mental health professionals and others who work with families and youth are invited to attend the event where they can network, share ideas and information, and exchange business cards and brochures. The Meet & Greet is part of The Family Center’s online initiative, Association of Professionals, where professionals can register their services on the center’s Web site, www.familycenterweb.org.
A special part of this event is an optional 45-minute, complimentary Stress Management Workshop which will be held after the meeting, offered by Jill Wrubel, a member of The Family Center's Association of Professionals.
“The Family Center strives to create a collective, centralized hub of information, resources and referrals for families, caregivers and professionals,” said Deborah Liedel, executive director of The Family Center.
The mission of The Family Center is to serve our community through programs and resources vital to today's families. Its vision is to enrich our community through stronger families. The center seeks to achieve this by working with parents, caregivers, and all those who interface with our youth and families, including educators, physicians and mental health professionals.
RSVP online at www.familycenterweb.org. For additional information, call The Family Center at (313) 432-3832 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about its Association of Professionals, go the center’s Web site, www.familycenterweb.org.