Compassionate Listening program has volunteers available to listen to fire survivors
posted 3 months ago by KarenCarnival from The Hearth
The Hearth, in conjunction with De La Raíz, is offering compassionate listening resources to Almeda, Obenchain and Slater fire survivors. If you know of someone who would like to share their story or just connect with someone who can sit with them and listen in person or on Zoom, they can connect via:
email: email@example.com phone (voice message): 541-708-3509 website: http://www.thehearthcommunity.com/compassionate-listening.
If you would like to be trained as a compassionate listener, please visit the website and select "I can help" to be directed to the volunteer survey.
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