Lets Make A Difference In Our Communities!
Community Engagement involves working to make a difference in the life of our communities and developing the combination of knowledge skills, values, and motivation to make that difference. It focuses on promoting the quality of life in a community by investing in the stability and welfare of the overall community. It seeks to better engage the community to achieve long-term and sustainable outcomes, processes, relationships, discourse, decision-making, or implementation.
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford and The Community Coalition presents: Civic Engagement: Value of Your Power.Educational Series: Types of Civic Engagement.Types of Civic Engagements | What is Civic Engagement | Need for Civic...
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford and The Community Coalition presents: Civic Engagement: Understanding the Value of Your Power.Voting – All we need to know about voting | Census | Redistricting. Presented by:Kenneth Green, Greater...
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford and Wheeler Clinic presents: Marijuana/cannabis use to self medicate and the effect on mental health role of care givers and their self care/well being (self neglect) A detailed look at the...
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford and Wheeler Clinic presents: A synopsis on being able to understand and discern habits of people with learning disorder, with emphasis on ADHD and Autism. Wheeler Clinic Info: For questions about...
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford and Wheeler Clinic presents: An overview of the physical, social, and economic factors that impacts our overall health. A discussion of the differences between anxiety & depression and how it...
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford and Wheeler Clinic presents: Learning more about youth eating habits and how nutritional choices affect mental health. With the negative impact of peer on peer influence, social media, and the...
Community Coalition is an interest-based community who share a common interest, a common bond. It is a platform for exchanging ideas and thoughts about the community. Its members take part in the community to exchange information, seek answers to questions or problems to improve their understandings of a subject. It works to influence program directions made through partnerships.
Currently, there are 13 active organizations which forms the Community Coalition, which are:
Advocacy to Legacy, Caribbean American Society, Cricket Hall of Fame, Greater Hartford West Indian Lions Club, Jamaica Ex-Police Association, Jamaica Progressive League, New England Grand Lodge, Saint Lucian Association, Sportsman Athletic Club, Ukrainian National Home of Hartford, Inc, West Indian Foundation, West Indian Independence Celebration, and West Indian Social Club of Hartford, Inc.
Topics of interest are covered on Monday nights in a virtual environment, via Zoom.
• Real Estate Transactions
• Deportation/Removal Defense • Criminal Defense
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