August 23, 2018
Age: 16 & older

Trauma-informed, evidence-based curriculum for incarcerated survivors of community violence and young men of color


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Our Instructors

Lisa Good is the founder and coordinator of the community based project called Urban Grief which works to increase awareness about trauma, and grief/loss, associated with violence exposure.

Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Skidmore College, and a Master of Social Work degree from State University of New York: University at Albany, and is currently pursuing Ph.D. in the School of Social Welfare. She is the former director of SNUG (GUNS) and the Homer Perkins Center (long-term adult residential drug treatment) and has over 20 years of experience as an addiction professional and numerous years of volunteer experience as a HIV educator, Crime Victims/Sexual Assault crisis counselor and community activist.

Lisa is active in the fight to eradicate violence, increase awareness about the traumatic impact resulting from exposure to violence and break down the walls of isolation and fear by connecting community members with each other as resources and mutual support.

Urban Grief is a community-based organization that educates about the effects of violence and supports those affected through crisis/bereavement support, breaking down the walls of isolation by connecting community members and caregivers with each other as resources and mutual support.

Urban Grief responds in the aftermath of community violence.


Mon - Fri: 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Sunday: Closed

Flexible Hours Upon Request

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