Well, in Harrisburg it was all about wellness at the Easter Library today. She’s the woman behind the nonprofit that seeks to empower others to take control of their own health. Take your mental health seriously. You know, we’re dying. You know, we really do. And we are facing many health problems and we are getting very sick. PORTIA JOHNSON founded BLACK GIRL HEALTH and her non-profit offshoot BLACK GIRL FOUNDATION. She told me she is allowing nonprofits to offer free annual events that increase access to health care for women of color. I’m here. You are doing nutrition-based workshops because we believe that what you put into your body is extremely important and can affect anxiety. take a breath. What we see today is the Mind Her Matter Her workshop that started four years ago. Like her business, IT has grown a lot. The event pairs mental health resources with physical resources. It’s important. If you want to heal your mind, you must first heal your body. As for voter turnout, it has also increased, creating demand for more events. They love what we do and feel that we make an impact in their lives and help them. people also participated. No worries.Next Mind Matter Workshop
Black Girl Health Focuses on Improving Mental Health
Update: Black Girl Health held a workshop on Saturday at Harrisburg’s East Shore Library. The purpose of the workshop was to bring awareness to your mental health and take it seriously.They host fitness and nutrition workshops to help improve anxiety and stress. If you missed our workshop in York, we have another one next month in Washington, D.C. This weekend, Black Girl Health will host its annual health workshop at the East Shore Library in Harrisburg. To do. From 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Community Her members can go outside and enjoy various workshops. According to the founder, the goal is to give women of color control over their health.”Take health seriously.Take mental health seriously.Porcha Johnson’s Black Girl Health CEO and Founder said: -foundation.snwbll.com/ticketing/minds-matter-harrisburg-pa
Black Girl Health held a workshop on Saturday at Harrisburg’s East Shore Library.
The purpose of the workshop was to raise awareness and take mental health seriously.
They host fitness and nutrition workshops to help alleviate anxiety and stress.
If you missed our workshop in York, we have another in Washington DC next month.
This weekend, ‘Black Girl Health’ will host its annual health workshop at the East Shore Library in Harrisburg.
From 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, community members can go outside and enjoy various workshops.
According to the founders, the goal is to give women of color control over their health.
“Look, take your health seriously. Take your mental health seriously. We are dying. It’s happening,” said Black Girl Health, CEO and founder of Porcha. Johnson.
For those interested in attending the workshop, there is a link to sign up at the website below.