Sabrina Burress, Executive Director makes the news as one of 2019’s News Leaders’ Newsmakers here in the Valley! https://www.newsleader.com/story/news/2019/12/30/being-voice-and-filling-gap-underserved-newsmaker-sabrina-burress/4306042002/
ARROW Project recognized for filling the gaps in services here in the Valley and turning a dream into a reality! https://www.newsleader.com/story/news/2019/05/23/arrow-project-helps-fill-valley-gaps-mental-health-care-virginia/3750982002/
Some Past Events
Tues 3/19/19 Wellness Partnership: Invest in Yourself Stuarts Draft HS 4:30 pm-7:30 pm.
Fri 4/5/19 Infant and Toddler Connection (employee in-service) Attachment, ACEs, and Early Intervention.
Thurs 1/31/19: Valley Community Service Board, Staunton 9:00-10:00 a.m.
Fri 2/1/19: Staunton YMCA student meet and greet (TBC)
Tues 2/5/19: Wellness Partnership Reality Grocery event at Waynesboro Rosenwald Community Center 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Thurs 2/7/19: Downtown Staunton Community Partners Meet and Greet hosted by Mental Health America of Augusta 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Shenandoah LGBTQ Center 13 E Beverly 5th Floor.
January, 29, 2019: ARROW board meeting.
January 25, 2019: ARROW participated in a parent meet and greet Staunton Boys and Girls Club.
October 6, 2018: ARROW Project debuts Staunton PRIDE “Warm Room”!
ARROW Project joined the city of Staunton, Va. in opening its heart and streets to welcome the first ever #StauntonPride. On Saturday Oct 6, 2018, as part of our growing partnership with the Shenandoah LGBTQ Center, ARROW hosted a Warm Room, located in the LGBT Tech/Innovation HUB building.
Warm Room hosts consisted of a group of 20 mental health- and energy work professionals from Staunton, Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, and surrounding areas. They offered festival-goers a supportive, affirmative (and cool!) space to rest, with the option of speaking with a mental health professional, getting access to mental health resources, and/or experiencing Healing Touch and Access BARS therapy.
Individuals also had the opportunity to share their unique stories of what it means to be a part of the LGBTQ community, offer feedback on current mental health and community interests, and share ways they would be willing to engage in ARROW’s work.
Executive Director Sabrina Burress reflects, “All in all it was a remarkable day full of warmth and healing. The Warm Room was a beautiful representation of what it looks like when mental health professionals unite to serve one great good. We are excited to see how this partnership continues to grow.”