School Project Dates and Accommodation Survey

Workshop Info and Dates – Mark the ones you can facilitate

We need to select a new meeting day for our monthly AVP/PCS meetings

Please pick which days of the week work for you, and which weeks works.

Are You Tired of the Violence in Our Communities?

Do you want to help end it?

We can train you to be an

Alternatives to Violence Project Facilitator.

You can read about AVP here:

We have full scholarships for training up to 20 people and a $500 stipend for those who complete the training.

In partnership with the Black Women’s Coalition to End Violence and King County we are looking to train a group of new Alternatives to Violence Facilitators for the area.

Full training would normally cost $1,000. Because of grants we are able to make it free. On graduation, you will be eligible to join facilitation teams and be paid as much as $1,000 per 3-day workshop.

Come Join the Team!

If you are interested sign up here for more information:


Do You Want to Help Fellow Vets?

Opportunity for Veterans!
We have Full Scholarships for King County Veterans! Are you interested in joining our team?

We Help Build Resilience, Heal PTSD, Reduce Anger and Stress,
Overcome Addiction, and Prevent Suicide.

Learn to Facilitate Our Peer-to-Peer Experiential Workshops. (With Paid Work Possible After)

For King County Veterans we have Full Scholarships available for our 4-weekend training, with paid work after completion.

We run programs in jail, prisons, colleges, and the wider vet community.

Interested? Sign up here for more info:

or call 206.856.4444

See stories on our work here: and

Training dates (must attend all four) first weekend of Sept., Oct., Nov., and Dec. –

Friday 6:00 to 9:00pm; Saturday and Sunday 9:30am to 6:00pm

(Sept. 3, 4, &5) (Oct. 1, 2, & 3) (Nov. 5,6. & 7) (Dec. 3, 4, & 5)

Women vets encouraged!

Restorative Reentry

Communities of Belonging is a partner organization that empowers formerly homeless and incarcerated individuals to dream, connect and thrive.

Communities of Belonging’s Restorative Home provides safe, stable housing in King County for formerly incarcerated and homeless individuals. We gather weekly for community circles with allies of all backgrounds for a potluck dinner and circle. We also host Community Circles and other events to increase empathy and understanding and decrease fear and stigma around the complex issues of incarceration and homelessness through storytelling and personal sharing.

Located in Seattle, Washington Communities of Belonging supports formerly homeless and incarcerated individuals with peaceful, holistic reintegration back into society. We build safe, trusting and caring connections along with access to practical, tangible resources so that marginalized individuals feel a sense of belonging, purpose and contribution.

Communities of Belonging successes to date!

Becoming a Washington State non-profit

Providing safe, supportive housing for 14 individuals in our Restorative Home

Gathering with allies of all backgrounds for more than 80 weekly community potlucks and circles!

Recognizing and valuing a broad community of diverse faiths, races, ages and sexual orientations

Helping individuals network, find and keep full-time work

Celebrating birthdays, holidays and special events such as hearing Father Greg Boyle from Homeboy Industries speak at Seattle University

Enjoying time outdoors at Kubota Gardens, Seward Park, Alki Beach and elsewhere in nature

Supporting individuals to secure driver’s licenses, birth certificates and photo ID

Creating vital community partnerships with other organizations

Speaking at 3 Community Conversations and other forums to build awareness and humanity around incarceration and reentry

Learning how to share feelings and needs and staying in the conversation, even the tough ones

Please click HERE to learn more and to donate to Communities of Belonging programs!

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