Alternatives to Violence Project

AVP Alternatives to Violence Project

Come experience a free AVP workshop

Sunday, January 20, 2:00 to 6:00 pm

at the Mary Taylor House
326 N. Walnut Street, West Chester
(Enter Community Room thru the door to the right of the main entrance)

The AVP project was started in 1975 in a prison in upstate New York and has grown to be in 40 countries with around 2,000 facilitators in the U.S.A.

 “conflict is part of daily life…but violence doesn’t have to be”

Self-esteem is developed by expressing ourselves and listening to others, in a safe environment supported by trained facilitators.

Friends who would like to speak informally with an AVP facilitator (& don’t know one already! ) may direct questions to  Gail Newbold, at 610-869-3455 or .

By attending you will experience first-hand this program’s value for the larger community.

Please RSVP to Anne Moore, 610-738-0851 or to putting AVP in the subject line.

There is a limit of 25. We hope to hear from you by January 13th

When you hear the word VIOLENCE from Blaze Nowara on Vimeo.

Sponsored by the Human Relations Council of Greater West Chester.

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