P4T Resilient Community Mini-Grants Awarded

(Phyllis King-Robert, Chris Warwick, Kellymarie Archibald, Jill Trumbell, Trisha Bryant, David Archie, Therese Christopher, Mariflor Cremonie, Anita Smith, and Carl vom Eigen.   Jacki Malone – USFSP is absent from the picture, but was also a recipient.)

Peace4Tarpon is pleased to announce the recipients of the our first Resilient Community Grants.   Grants were awarded to individuals, groups, and organization projects and/or programs that promote family and community resilience within a defined Tarpon Springs area: between U.S. 19/Alternate 19 and Klosterman Road/Anclote River.  All grants focused on either:  People, Place, and/or Equitable Opportunity.  Grant projects and recipients are:

Calm Spot – Head Start

Circle of Security Experiential Parent Group – USFSP Family Study Center

Earth Day 2017 – TS Community Gardens

Teaching  Students Emotional Strengths – Tarpon Springs Elementary School 

Kundalini Yoga – Phyllis King-Robert

Parent Engagement and Family Involvement – R’Club Child Care

Youth Summit – Citizens Alliance for Progress

Youth Employment Program – Boley Centers, Inc.

TS Community Garden – Rotaract Club of Tarpon Springs -SPC Chapter



Look what is new around town! 


Are We There Yet? – Sarah’s Story

By: Robin Saenger, Founding Director of Peace4Tarpon

Peace4Tarpon is striving to create a trauma informed community in Tarpon Springs.  How do we know if we are succeeding – are we there yet?  To read     more, click here:  Full Story



  • Peace4Tarpon Community Forum – May 26,  2017 –NEW LOCATION

    – 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Tarpon Springs City Hall, 324 East Pine Street, Tarpon Springs

  •  Soul Injury Leadership Training – Opus Peace Institute

    -This four-day Leadership course, led by Deborah Grassman NP and the Opus Peace team, will provide an in-depth understanding of Soul Injury and how to liberate unmourned loss and unforgiven guilt/shame.  For more information, click here:  Soul Injury Leadership

  • Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) Workshop – June 15-18, 2017

    – For more information, click here:  Traumatic Incident Reduction Workshop

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