• Job Announcement – Peer Recovery Care Manager

    Job purpose Peer Recovery Case Manager will be encouraged to utilize client-centered, trauma-informed, harm reduction and strengths-based approaches to working with women in recovery and mental health services. To provide intensive one to one and group peer recovery services. Assist with MAT, Social Security acquisition, health coverage and SNAP/TANF/ RTD services.

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  • Job Announcement – Housing Peer Support Specialist

    Position: Housing Opportunities for People Living with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Housing Peer Support Specialist Department: Health and Housing Job Description:  The HOPWA Housing Peer Support Specialist works directly with women living with HIV who are either homeless or housed to maintain and/or acquire housing. The Peer Support Specialist would be available to assist in any life […]

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  • Donation Wish List

    Empowerment’s Donation Wish List Empowerment’s clothes closet accepts business casual work clothes for women who are preparing to enter the workforce.  We are making a special request for the following items: Black slip-resistant shoes ( women’s sizes 6 to 10) Tennis Shoes (women’s sizes 6 to 10) Black steel-toe boots (women’s sizes 6 to 10) […]

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  • Transgender Remembrance & Affirmation

    Day of Affirmation November 21, 2018 1–4 pm Empowerment Program 1600 York Street, Denver, CO 303-320-1989 A day for transgender people to empower and embrace each other, enjoy food and music, door prizes and gift bags, PrEP education, sign our transgender affirmation flag, and HIV testing will be offered. There will be a screening of […]

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  • Let’s Talk About PrEP

    LET’s Talk about PrEP, the Pill you take once a day that is 98% effective in preventing HIV.  Click on the links below for more information! Powered by PrEP: Lorenzo Powered by PrEP: Nikole If you would like more information about PrEP please contact: Marquitta Brown, Navigation Specialist marquitta-brown@empowermentprogram.org 303-320-1989 ex 239

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  • 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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  • Colorado GIVES Day!

    ‘Tis the season for gratitude and giving! Please give where you live and support us on Colorado’s largest day of giving, Colorado Gives Day, Tuesday, December 4, 2018! On this day, thousands of people come together to support Colorado nonprofits like ours. When you donate to The Empowerment Program, you’re helping us empower women to […]

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  • A New Theory about Violence Prevention

    We recommend a new diagnosis be developed based on “Impaired Sensory-Emotional Integration”, stemming from the inability to feel.  Violence should be regarded as a public health issue in the same manner of other epidemics. “Impaired Sensory-Emotional Integration”, more broadly referred to as emotional numbing, is a necessary variable, but not a sufficient precursor to violent […]

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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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  • 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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