Sisterhood Agenda

Women’s Empowerment

Responding To Ignored Baltimore County Youth

Sisterhood Agenda Responding to Ignored Youth in Baltimore Count

What do Baltimore County youth need most? How one woman plans to take hundreds of young girls under her wing by introducing her mentoring programs into schools across the Baltimore County area for Baltimore County youth. As Franklin High School prepares for its 200-year anniversary, former and current students start[…]

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Effective Coping Strategies

Coping strategies are needed for your health, especially your mental health.  Let’s make sure your coping strategies are effective and healthy. What are coping strategies? Coping strategies are different ways that a person can use to help deal with a situation or problem. Coping strategies can be emotional, physical, or[…]

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Using the New 988 Crisis Line

Sisterhood Agenda the new 988 Crisis Line

Do you know about the new 988 Crisis Line? The national suicide prevention hotline is funded by SAMHSA and has been administered by Vibrant Emotional Health since 2005. They have over 200 centers full of trained counselors to help you or a loved one in crisis or in distress. They[…]

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Building PARKS Holistic Housing for Women

Sisterhood Agenda PARKS holistic housing for women

PARKS holistic housing for women?  YES!!  Our entire team is dedicated to making this project a reality. PARKS (Positively Affirming Reality & Knowledge in Sisterhood) is a holistic, community-based development that provides safe housing to women in Baltimore County, Maryland. Sisterhood Agenda will build 22 beautiful, affordable, ecofriendly units; 11[…]

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Promoting Black Youth Mental Health

Sisterhood Agenda Promoting Black Youth Mental Health

Sisterhood Agenda has been promoting Black youth mental health for over twenty-five years.  Starting with small groups of Black girls ages 12-17, we created and implemented A Journey Toward Womanhood, plus SisterCamp, Sister Circles, and other girl power programs. Vulnerability Disproportionately impacted by trauma and abuse, disease, economic handicaps, and[…]

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