In light of all of the recent events involving police brutality and murder, neighborhood violence, church shootings and racial tensions rising both at home and abroad;
Its Time We Started Planning to Survive!
Are your prepared to survive Neighborhood Violence – Police Encounters – Natural Disasters
Domestic Violence – Bullying – Car Jacking – Robbery?
On August 29, 2015 HERO will be hosting a variety of workshops and community classes designed to prepare and empower individuals, families and communities to survive emergency situations.
This workshop will include:
- Information to empower you, your family and your community!
- Learn how to prepare for Emergency Situations and Natural Disasters
- What to do when technology fails
- How to alert your loved ones to danger
- How to remove yourself or loved one from Domestic
- Learn what City and State resources are available in
case of emergencies
- Self Defense, Home protection / CCW
- Does your church or community organization have a plan for suspicious or violent visitors? If not, we’ll give you the resources to create one!
- And Much, Much More!
August 29, 2015 at the Royal Oak Rec Center 21272 Mendota, Ferndale Michigan from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Everyone is invited from the young to the elders! We need your participation and support!
There is going to be food, games and classes for the children and a wealth resources for the adults!
State Senator Bert Johnson will be in attendance to share information about State resources and legislative remedies to various community issues.
Domestic Violence Advocate Glenda Cook will be presenting about escaping various Domestic Violence situations.
Hero Perspectives will be presenting on Disaster Planning and Police Communications.
Christine Smith will be presenting information on Emergency food and water preparations.
More presenters to be announced.