Wedgwood Hosts Free Online Meeting for Women

Written by Paul R. Kopenkoskey on . Posted in Local

nbWedgwood Christian Services will host a free online Women of Wedgwood meeting Feb. 11 at noon. This Facebook live conversation with Wedgwood’s president/CEO Dr. Dan Gowdy will examine 2020’s impact on mental and behavioral health in West Michigan, Wedgwood’s response and emerging trends in services and community needs.

Community members will gain a deeper understanding of the critical issues facing children, teens, families, and adults in our community and enable Wedgwood to address these needs.

“The ongoing worldwide pandemic is colliding with the unprecedented events and unrest of 2020 - wreaking havoc on our hearts and minds,” said Dr. Dan Gowdy, Wedgwood’s President/CEO. “We have seen a shift in the needs of the children, teens, families, and adults in our community – prioritizing and caring for mental health is essential.”

Women of Wedgwood is an active and intergenerational group of women invested in the well-being of children and teens in our community. The group has an active role in supporting Wedgwood, and is open to all women who have a heart for the West Michigan community.

Women can RSVP through the Facebook event


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Paul R. Kopenkoskey is a full-time freelance writer and editor for an assortment of publications including Grand Rapids Magazine, Grand Rapids Business Journal, and Faith Grand Rapids magazine. He has completed his first novel with the working title, Karl Beguiled. He and his wife, Barb, live in Wyoming, Michigan. They have three children and five grandchildren.

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