Personal Finance Workshop
Join us on Mondays 7-8pm at The Focus Center office for the Personal Finance Workshop!
This free workshop covers a wide range of topics about personal finance:
- Credit (how it works & how to repair it)
- Making the most of government assistance
- Debt (The big picture)
- Bank account management
- Check writing
Call our office to learn more and sign up! (757) 233-0034
Come click your way to a new set of skills on computers on Fridays from 5-6pm!
New at TFC this semester are our weekly computer classes. Led by an intern, this interactive course is geared to helping individuals succeed professionally, and independently. Over time, the course will cover the basics of navigating through a desktop, typing , and accessing the world wide web. By the end of the course participants should be proficient in using Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer, and have access to their own email address. This beginner course is a great resource for those looking to apply for jobs or return to school.
Caring, sharing, and supporting each other: reaching out to make a difference. Thursdays 6-8pm
The Women’s Empowerment group helps women rediscover the power within themselves. With a strong emphasis on community, shared vulnerability, and encouragement, this class helps build confidence and strength amongst women. The goal is to inspire and encourage women to break free from chains of constraint; to be informed, resourceful, and rise above the obstacles they face.
Zumba Dance Fitness
Dance your way to a new you! Wednesdays 6-7pm
Zumba is a dance fitness class that is designed to promote healthy lifestyles and wellness while having fun. It is crafted around the idea of motivating individuals physically, mentally, and spiritually. This class is another tool of fellowship and communication for the entire neighborhood.
Neighborhood Bible Study
Helping you find, follow, and fulfill your purpose in life. Tuesdays 6-7pm
The weekly community Bible study gathers with the purpose of gaining a better understanding of God through scripture. The group is intended for members at any juncture of their walk with Christ. Members encourage each other to grow in faith, while engage in positive behaviors that model after Christ.
Night Shift: Addiction Recovery Group
The Night Shift is an anonymous, community-led, support group. The group meets twice a week to share experiences, discuss progression, and offer emotional support to each other. The environment is structured around the prototypical 12-step program, and is open to anyone in need of a support system. The night shift program is a network for individuals to assist one another, while creating positive outlooks from within.
Every Monday and Thursday night from 5-6pm at Park Place United Methodist Church
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