• Project Bedtime Story – Children’s Books Needed!

    Project Bedtime Story provides incarcerated women and men at Denver County Jail with a unique, and sometimes very emotional, opportunity, to share a story book with their children.  Every Monday afternoon, 10-20 incarcerated parents and grandparents read story books to their children into voice recorders. After they read the books and add a personal message, […]

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  • Crochet 101: Empowerment Squares

    Calling all yarn enthusiasts!!! The Empowerment Program is beginning an exciting new project, Crochet 101: Empowerment Squares. The participants in the group are learning how to crochet by making granny squares. Through learning (and re-learning) a craft, they are able to give back to their community by hand crafting blankets and other possible projects. We […]

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  • Black Lives Matter

    Empowerment Black Lives Matter / HIV and Historical Trauma Join us for an all day Educational conference on “Generational Trauma – a barrier to knowing our HIV status”. Friday, September 30, 2016 at 9am-3pm. Hosted at: Church in the City-Beth Abraham 1580 Gaylord Street (Enter on the 16th Street Entrance) For more information please call: Corinthiah: 303-320-1989 […]

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  • Employment Opportunity – Project Manager for Denver-Aurora HIV Prevention Project

    Empowerment Program Job Announcement Project Manager for Denver-Aurora HIV Prevention Project The Empowerment Program is seeking a full-time Project Manager to work with community sub-contractors to plan and implement HIV prevention activities focusing on both people living with HIV/AIDS and people who are at high risk for HIV infection.

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  • Women’s AIDS Project Newsletter

    The Women’s AIDS Project (WAP) provides care and prevention services to women who are living with HIV/AIDS, or who are at risk for HIV infection. The WAP team has started a newsletter that will feature information related to HIV prevention, living well with HIV/AIDS, and related activities in the community. In the future, we will feature […]

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  • Campaign of Empowerment Women for Nonviolence

    We recognize, as women, our work is just beginning as we come together to raise consciousness and discuss the significance of gender in violence.  The gut-wrenching suffering in the wake of verbal violence (frightening, intimidating words and gestures), domestic violence, child abuse, sexual and physical assault (encompassing rape and murder), neglect, all pornography (on and […]

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  • Pathway to Success Graduation

    Participants gather about once a month to celebrate those who successfully completed 12 sessions of Pathways to Success. The room is decorated with banners and streamers of congratulations. Food is chosen by those who are graduating and everyone eats together around a big table.  During the meal the group leaders read a poem titled “Warrior […]

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  • Non-Perishable Food Needed!

    We’re in need of non-perishable food for our members. Please contact Liza for more information and to donate, liza-johnson@empowermentprogram.org or 303-320-1989 ext. 226.

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