Building Resilience in Maine and Beyond

Building Resilience, L.L.C. provides resilience training and tools to individuals and communities that wish to promote independent management of adversity and problem-solving among their members. We work with those who have a desire to create an atmosphere of peer support and mentoring within their communities. The focus of our training is on personal resilience because that is where the learning must start. When large groups of individuals develop resilience Skills & Attitudes, communities can be strengthened. Abundant research supports the affirmation that resilient individuals are the building blocks of resilient communities. It is our goal to build resilient communities; one individual at a time. 

Join us for a free presentation as we introduce ourselves, our training program and the services we have to offer on: March 14, 2019, from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.HopeGateWay Church, 509 Forest Avenue, Portland ME 04101 

We will have some light refreshments and plenty of time for Q & A’s. Bring a friend and/or colleague. Feel free to pass along/forward this invitation to anyone who might have an interest in building resilience within their community.

*Street parking is generally available on Forest Avenue and nearby side streets. Also, free evening and weekend parking is available in our underground parking garage. Just beyond Casco Bay Movers dance studio and Portland Ballet (one unit beyond HopeGateWay), turn into an alley hat ramps down toward a garage door. As you approach the door, you will see a keypad on your left. Use the code 1101* (asterisk), and the door will open.  Park anywhere and take the elevator or stairs to the first floor. Exiting the elevator, walk through the double doors, and you will see HopeGateWay on your right. Additionally, a large satellite parking lot is located at 41 Ashmont Street, a three-block walk away.

 Hope to see you there.

Photo of Charlene Fernald Moynihan
Charlene Fernald Moynihan