2/8/22 Winter Men’s Challenge — Living Together Without Violence Initiative

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The Department of Family Services will host a Men’s Challenge — Living Together Without Violence Initiative session on Tuesday February 8th, at 6:00 pm virtually.  Our presenter will be coming to us from Akron, OH.  Mr. Kenneth “Jo-Jo” Smith is a self-published author releasing a book titled “We Love Our Daddy” that focuses on the importance of fathers being present.  Mr. Smith has spoken for various organizations referencing the importance of physical and mental health. He is also the founder of a Non-Profit organization Ladies First Akron located in Akron, OH.

His presentation is titled: Finding Who You Are By Knowing Who You Aren’t. During his presentation, he will be discussing:
• How we make decisions
• Connecting our values with decision making
• Who and what we have seen in life that is influential in our decision making

 Click here to join the meeting

Feel free to share the flyer with colleagues to be a part of the discussion.  If you have any additional questions, please contact Elio Wade at 301-265-8423 or EMWade@co.pg.md.us.

The Department of Family Services is still recruiting 1,000 fathers, father figures, mentors, young men, and community leaders for our June 2022 Father’s Day Pledge Initiative.  Register by using the link. https://pgcdadsday2022.eventbrite.com By signing the pledge you are standing with Fathers, men, and boys to say No More to domestic violence.

TAKE THE PLEDGE!!

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