Music Therapy in its 32nd year, provides therapy for aging El Pasoans in the form of musical performances and nurturing contact. This program is the longest running community project and is well respected within the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) and have been highlighted for its longevity and impact on our community.
MyFeels is a part of the Junior League of El Paso’s larger impact area to promote awareness for mental and physical health. The interactive app is designed to help teens identify their emotions and provide resources to support their or a family/friend’s wellness to hopefully reduce the feelings of isolation and stigma often associated with mental health issues
The Junior League of El Paso, Inc. Provisional Class of 2022-2023 is hosting “The EmpowHERment Project”, a day of wellness and respite for 40 women who reside in the YWCA El Paso del Norte Region’s Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center and the Center Against Sexual & Family Violence (CASFV) rapid rehousing initiative.
The EmpowHERment Project will be hosted at the Texas Tech Dental Oral Health Clinic on Saturday, February 25, 2023 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Guests will receive dental and health screenings, career counseling, financial literacy and mental health resources. They will also have opportunities for relaxation and pampering through guided meditation, trauma-informed yoga workshops and beauty services. Each guest will be given a wellness bag with essential items, self-care tools, and additional resources.
The Junior League of El Paso, Inc. is devoting its resources to the overwhelming mental health crisis in this community by targeting mental and physical wellness. The Village, a community collaborative created by the Junior League of El Paso, Inc., is providing mobile respite and resources to support our community.
The Village community collaborative partners include El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Foodbank, El Paso Parks & Recreation, Paso del Norte Health Foundation, and the United Way of El Paso County.
AREA OF IMPACT
Since 2017, the Junior League of El Paso, Inc. has focused its volunteer and funding efforts on initiatives that promote and embrace awareness of mental and physical health.
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