BIPGM Peer Support, “Revolutionize Healing and Peer Support”

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 831
18th of every month unless otherwise noted (will not take place on Friday-Sunday) | 6 p.m.

Open and free to all BIPGM social workers, this group is a safe space to connect with peers and process the impact of racism. Social workers from across the country join together for community care, networking, to celebrate professional and personal successes.

BIPGM Peer Support, “Revolutionize Healing and Peer Support”

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 1225
18th of every month unless otherwise noted (will not take place on Friday-Sunday) | 6 p.m.

Open and free to all BIPGM social workers, this group is a safe space to connect with peers and process the impact of racism. Social workers from across the country join together for community care, networking, to celebrate professional and personal successes.

BIPGM Peer Support, “Revolutionize Healing and Peer Support”

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 986
18th of every month unless otherwise noted (will not take place on Friday-Sunday) | 6 p.m.

Open and free to all BIPGM social workers, this group is a safe space to connect with peers and process the impact of racism. Social workers from across the country join together for community care, networking, to celebrate professional and personal successes.

Revolutionize Healing and BIPGM Peer Support

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 1687
Meets at 6 pm ET, on the 18th of every month unless otherwise noted (will not take place on Friday-Sunday).

Open and free to all Black, Indigenous, and people of the global majority (BIPGM) social workers, this group is a safe space to connect with peers and process the impact of racism. Social workers from across the country join together for community care, networking, to celebrate professional and personal successes.

Revolutionize Healing and BIPGM Peer Support

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 1141
Meets at 6 pm ET, on the 18th of every month unless otherwise noted (will not take place on Friday-Sunday).

Open and free to all Black, Indigenous, and people of the global majority (BIPGM) social workers, this group is a safe space to connect with peers and process the impact of racism. Social workers from across the country join together for community care, networking, to celebrate professional and personal successes.
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