Resilient Retreat Graced by $4,500 Grant

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More than 3,000 trauma survivors, first responders, and helping professionals will benefit this year through Resilient Retreat’s free, confidential, evidence-based programming, thanks in part to a recent $4,500 grant from the Church of the Redeemer/Episcopal Thrift House. “Philanthropic generosity is why Resilient Retreat’s in-person and online programs are available without cost to participants,” explains Executive Director Lisa Intagliata. “We are especially grateful to grant-makers like Church of the Redeemer/Episcopal Thrift House who recognize the urgency of supporting local mental health and wellness organizations like ours.” Headquartered on 84 acres of conservation land in east Sarasota County, Resilient Retreat helps those impacted by trauma through free, confidential, evidence-based programs and trainings that enhance the well-being of body, mind, and spirit. Equine-assisted learning, nutrition for wellness, neurofeedback, yoga, and support groups are just a few of more than 35 programs provided in-person and online every month. A Kind Line (941-343-0039) is also available for those in need of real-time support while navigating trauma in their home and/or workplace. Click these links to learn more about Church of the Redeemer and Episcopal Thrift House.

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