Organizations that serve our most vulnerable communities face, themselves, increasing workloads and escalating stress. The need has never been greater to support social justice and social service organizations with tools for creating cohesiveness, engagement, and sustainability.
Center for Council's Organizational Wellness Project (formerly called the Social Justice Council Project) is designed to strengthen and support those working on the front lines of social justice and community engagement by providing council training, mentoring and consultation to the staff of qualifying organizations to develop skills to more effectively engage with constituents and stakeholders, while also fostering more cooperative and supportive work environments and organizational culture.
The Organizational Wellness Project offers participating organizations customizable program modules, including:
The Organizational Wellness Project is made possible
through the generous support of The Angell Foundation
Not eligible for this program? Learn about our customized professional trainings.
View a brief music video celebrating our recent Organizational Wellness Project cohort below:
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Our 2019-2020 Organization Wellness Project cohort included:
- Community in Schools of Los Angeles
- Esperanza Community Housing Corporation
- Haven Hills
- Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance
- Los Angeles Black Workers Center
- Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice
- Los Angeles United Methodist Urban Foundation / Kid City
- National Council of Jewish Women
- Rainbow Services
- Step Up