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Reserve your spot TODAY for the JUNE 27 --- BE SAFE WORKSHOP & Dinner at Journey's Way, 403 Rector Street

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 403 Rector St Philadelphia PA 19128  See map

 

 

 

Be Safe.  You can protect yourself and others from harm with information!

Get the facts at a seminar of vital importance, Be Safe: Information and Resources for Protection from Financial, Emotional, and Physical Abuse, Wednesday, June 27, 6-8 pm at Journey's Way, 403 Rector St.

The incidence of abuse is high--14% of adults 55+ have reported abuse and it is suspected that many more incidents go unreported.

Everyone is invited to this program to learn how to prevent and respond to abuse in any form.  A panel of experts from CARIE (The Coalition to Advocate for the Interests and Rights of the Elderly),  the Fifth Police District, Journey's Way Housing Counseling, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging Protective Services, and SeniorLAW Center will make presentations and take your questions.

You can also enjoy a light dinner and a jewelry/craft sale.

This program is targeted for people of all ages and especially adults 55+, families, friends and neighbors.

The Center at Journey's Way is pleased to present this program in partnership with the Center for the Empowerment of Women with assistance from Soroptimist International of Roxborough, PA.

An RSVP is necessary for dinner--please call 215-487-1750, by Friday June 22.  

Cynthia Wishkovsky  MSSA  LSW
VP Aging Services
Journey's Way
403 Rector Street
Philadelphia, PA  19128
215-487-1750
215-4878-1992 fax
http://www.journeys-way.org
 
Journey's Way is a Division of Intercommunity Action, Inc.
United Way Donor Choice #521
Combined Federal Campaign #54942 

Visit our beautiful new Center at Journey's Way and our new state of the art Adult Day Service Program -- providing a wide array of innovative resources and programs  for Philadelphians 55+!  

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