Rebuild. Renovate. Revive.

Taller Puertorriqueño 2600 North 5th Street, ground floor, Philadelphia

Data Lab event that we are hosting on Tuesday (6/28, 6pm-8pm) at Taller Puertorriqueño (2600 N. 5th Street), where we are inviting neighbors and community partners to participate in planning for neighborhood programming in relationship to the Rebuild renovations underway at Rivera Recreation & Mann Older Adult Centers (5th & Allegheny). We would love for you and community members you may know to join us on Tuesday June 28th 2022.


Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group [ Online / By Phone ] – Palumbo Rec

The Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group is a group to help loss survivors cope, connect, and work toward healing. Trained group facilitators are suicide loss survivors who know firsthand how difficult it can be to find your way after losing someone to suicide. The group is open to anyone 18 years or older who is grieving a loss due to suicide. The group is free, confidential, and meets the second Wednesday of each month. For more information, please contact COVID19 Update: We want to prioritize your health and safety while still offering our support in your grief. In response to the social distancing guidance from the Center for Disease Control, we will host support groups online and by phone. Fourth Tuesday of each month, 7pm (previously held at Palumbo Rec) Join the Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 850 7870 0472 Dial In: (646) 931-3860 and enter Meeting ID: 85078700472#  

Taking PRIDE in Our Grief: Exploring Grief, Substance Use & Loss in LGBTQ+ Community

Online - Zoom

This Pride month, we would like to acknowledge the grief that can often accompany the joy of honoring one’s gender and sexual identity. While being a part of the LGBTQ+ community can bring freedom, connection and acceptance, one also faces social stigma, discrimination, shame and increased violence. Statistics collected from the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicate that LGBTQ+ folks are at roughly twice the risk of developing a substance use disorder as their cis, heterosexual counterparts. It is also more difficult to openly grieve a loss or practically honor a person’s wishes if you are not legally considered family. Let’s honor those we have lost and make space for the disenfranchised and ambiguous grief that follows.

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