The Write of Your L!fe™

The Write of Your life™

The Write of Your L!fe is a 12-week group mentoring program where trauma-trained instructors implement social-emotional learning curriculum for up to 10 units of educational credits and meeting LCAP priorities such as student engagement and improving school climate.  Instructors meet with students once weekly for two hours for 12 weeks where students participate in resiliency-building writing and speaking lessons practicing healthy expression, empathy-building, receive positive peer support, gain a sense of purpose and hope, and improve self-esteem.  Students participate in mock job interviews, self-portrait painting, examine resilient women in history, publish a group anthology containing their writings, participate in a speech & debate, and create an awareness story-board concerning social injustices. Instructors help students critically think about ways to use their skills, consider alternatives to past choices, visualize their future and ways to avoid risky behavior, break unhealthy cycles, such as in drug and alcohol abuse and violence, and consider different perspectives about family, school and community dynamics.

WWW Events

WWW event offerings include Halt the Assault,™ a spoken word event, feat. Men at the Mic. Its first event took place during Riverside Arts Walk on April 5, 2018. Accomplished spoken word artists performed their poetry addressing the #MeToo epidemic to empower our girls.  Congratulations to our Poetry Contest Winners Chantel Hung, Alondra Gonzalez, Marina Garcia and Madison Allred.Please continue this important conversation.  Together we can make a difference and break the cycle of victimization and abuse for our girls.  We are all part of the solution.Why do our girls matter in the #MeToo epidemic?On average, there are 321,500 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the U.S. Ages 12-34 are the highest risk years for rape and sexual assault.  Young women are especially at risk. 82% of all juvenile victims are female. Girls ages 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be the victims of rape, attempted rape or sexual assault. Young female adults ages 18-24 who are college students are three times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence.  Together we can recognize the high risk of sexual assault facing our girls and support them!Live Your L!fe with Resilience,SUPPORT OUR CAUSE ~CLICK ON PICTURE ABOVE TO PURCHASE YOUR COPY THANK YOU.CLICK HALT THE ASSAULT TO #HaltTheAssault!

WWW event offerings include Halt the Assault,™ a spoken word event, feat. Men at the Mic. Its first event took place during Riverside Arts Walk on April 5, 2018. Accomplished spoken word artists performed their poetry addressing the #MeToo epidemic to empower our girls. Congratulations to our Poetry Contest Winners Chantel Hung, Alondra Gonzalez, Marina Garcia and Madison Allred.Please continue this important conversation. Together we can make a difference and break the cycle of victimization and abuse for our girls. We are all part of the solution.Why do our girls matter in the #MeToo epidemic?On average, there are 321,500 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the U.S. Ages 12-34 are the highest risk years for rape and sexual assault. Young women are especially at risk. 82% of all juvenile victims are female. Girls ages 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be the victims of rape, attempted rape or sexual assault. Young female adults ages 18-24 who are college students are three times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence. Together we can recognize the high risk of sexual assault facing our girls and support them!Live Your L!fe with Resilience,SUPPORT OUR CAUSE ~CLICK ON PICTURE ABOVE TO PURCHASE YOUR COPY THANK YOU.CLICK HALT THE ASSAULT TO #HaltTheAssault!

Youth Court Case Management

WWW provides consulting, program management and case management to support start-up or existing youth/student courts, which are collaborative results-based peer-to-peer intervention/prevention programs, designed to provide: 1) An alternative response for school suspensions for high-risk youth with school/site-based behavioral and delinquency problems and/or; 2) An alternative response for the Juvenile Justice System for first-time, school-based, non-violent, misdemeanor, infraction, and incidents for juvenile respondents.

Community youth determine the appropriate consequences for the respondent. The program holds youthful respondents accountable and provides educational, life skills & enrichment services to respondents and youth volunteers in an effort to promote long-term behavioral change that leads to enhanced school safety and academic excellence.  Contact Debra@WomenWonderWriters.com for an in-depth presentation of available services.

Download our The Write of Your L!fe Information Brochure by clicking HERE. 

Download our Program Kit by clicking HERE.