Published on Morgan Hill Life’s website on May 27, 2016
By staff report
Chill Out is a year-round program held every Thursday at the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center. In June and July it will be doing the Live Hurts God Heals Student Recovery Program with Richard Alvarez. This curriculum provides lifelong tools for students dealing with unresolved hurt and pain.
“We have some great sessions lined up for the summer and I would love our youth to take advantage of this free program.said Dori Ann Prado, program director of the group. “I’m super excited to bring this series to Chill Out as we all need to learn these tools to deal with life on a daily basis.”
Latest posts by Robert Airoldi (see all)
- Q&A: Author sets murder mystery novel at an East Coast garlic festival - July 16, 2017
- Nonprofit profile – Parks and Recreation Department: Gilroy stage to transform into African savanna for ‘The Lion King’ - July 16, 2017
- Editorial: ID thefts are on the rise, stay vigilant to protect yourself - July 16, 2017