Connecting with the Community

School District of Philadelphia
Mental Health Awareness Fair

On Thursday, May 26th, Inner Strength participated in the Philadelphia School District’s Mental Health Awareness Fair to share our resources with community, staff and students! We had a great booth, met a couple hundred students, shout out to Constitution High for your great energy and participation! We shared free mental health resources, our mobile app VIBE, and lots of inspirational stickers 🙂

Urban Affairs Coalition’s
Community Leadership Day of Service

On Saturday, May 14, Inner Strength participated in Urban Affairs Coalition’s Community Leadership Day of Service. Twenty-five local non-profits, as well as community and government agencies, gathered in Stenton Park to provide goods and resources to the community.

We were excited to connect with attendees and share information about our award-winning free app, Inner Strength Vibe, and provide participants with access to resources for additional supports.

Stenton Park
Spring Resource Fair

Following that fair and connections we made with like-minded folks, Inner Strength was invited to participate in the First Annual Spring Resource Fest, organized by the Citizens’ Congress of Nicetown. The event was also in Stenton Park and brought together providers who shared information such as healthcare assistance, utility assistance, supports for returning citizens, and apprenticeship programs.

We shared Inner Strength VIBE information with teens and adults alike, shared our work with local city councilmembers, and even grooved a little bit to the excellent music. So nice to be out in the community! So glad we can do this again and look forward to being at other neighborhood events, so please watch out for us. (And if you’re having a community event in the area and would like an Inner Strength table, reach out!)

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