Ortega Counseling Center and Angels for Injured Workers are facilitating a series of FREE monthly workshops to support injured workers to not only improve their quality of life but to also to live a World Class Life.
Monthly, available online via video links and in person in Whittier, CA. More locations to follow.
You can focus on improving your life...but why not focus on living a World Class Life Instead?
There are 4 Key Areas we will be concentrating on:
· Skill Building
· Your Place in the World & Community
· And most important, the center of your world, YOU.
These free workshops will provide a forum for personal and professional growth, covering topics ranging from stress and pain management to financial planning and job hunting skills. Experts will share their top 3 tips in creating solutions that foster ongoing success in life, career, and family in a diverse and positive atmosphere.
and many more!
For tickets and more information on these events, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/o/angels-for-injured-workers-and-ortega-counseling-center-13000904717
Contact: email@example.com or visit angelsforinjuredworkers.com
Angels for Injured Workers (AIW) was incorporated as a California nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation on July 27, 2015. The creation of the organization was one year in the making and started as a group of conscientious workers who worked with injured workers and realized there was a serious gap in services and benefits. Once a worker is injured there is a lengthy process that takes place between the time of injury, litigation to commence, and then for claims to be approved. The specific purpose and mission of AIW is to provide hope, resources, and services to injured workers and their families.
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