Because of YOU , we're still connected. Thank you for helping us continue to serve our city's youth through these uncertain times. In observance of #GivingTuesdayNow , we wanted to share some of the ways your support has been carrying our work forward through COVID-19.
Sole Train is in locomotion, hosting virtual practices every Saturday morning -- sign up  and join our Young Soles and families  here !   With Boston's Run to Remember going virtual this year, Sole Train will be hosting their own event celebrating our mighty Young Soles. BPD Commissioner, William Gross and R2R Director, Steve Balfour, will join to share some words of pride. Visit Sole Train's COVID-19  update page  and follow them on  social media  to stay tuned.
With the TEEP team’s outreach to families, we help make connections to resources. Monthly Zoom meetings bring members of the high school Leadership Development program together for self-care and reflection. TEEP  Instagram Live sessions  continue every Saturday at 2pm ! Follow us and engage @teepboston on Instagram and s ee TEEP COVID-19 updates  here .
Trinity@McCormack  is connecting weekly with teachers at every grade level and helping students access school resources quickly. More and more youth are attending virtual meetups as youth continue to encourage one another to join in. With students more apt to respond to Trinity@McCormack clinicians, they've been able to play a critical role in helping school faculty stay connected to the youth of color and their families. See Trinity@McCormack COVID-19 updates  here .

OEP   continues its sold-out Zoom workshops and has welcomed over 75 non-profit leaders and staff over the past two weeks. New Offerings! Trauma Inclusion for Leaders, is a three-part training that creates space for people to learn together and build skills to more effectively support the trauma and the ‘new normal’ their employees are experiencing. POC Nonprofit Check-In, is a space for colleagues of color to come together, share, and strategize for support.   J oin OEP's mailing list for signup instructions and more See OEP COVID-19 updates  here .
TBCC  is experiencing high demand for its trauma-inclusive clinical support. Currently serving 50 clients through Teletherapy, they launched their own Telehealth platform to sustain services with minimal interruption. We're also happy to share that TBCC Psychiatric Consultant, Dr. Xenia Bhembe Johnson and Oversight Committee member, Dr. Charmain Jackman, Ph.D. were recently featured on WGBH's, Basic Black! The episode explored racial disparities and COVID-19; click the image above to view it. See TBCC COVID-19 updates  here .
Your #GivingTuesdayNow online gift through our website will go even further as we're receiving a temporary reduced processing fee all through the month. Many thanks to DonorBox for granting TBC this reduced fee award!

Thank you for your unwavering support for our city's youth!