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PASSING ON THE MESSAGE OF HOPE AND PERSEVERANCE THROUGH NATURE, 

CONNECTION, AND CREATIVITY

YOU CAN MAKE A CHANGE
IN THE LIFE OF ONE PERSON TODAY

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Has grief and loss broken open your heart. Grief can come in many forms such as loss of a loved one, divorce, life transitions, loss of community, and even loss of our sense of self.  Markay Nelson, LCSW will guide you through the Kintsugi art process as a metaphor for our grief.  We will share stories as we break and mend our bowl to bring more beauty, strength, and resilience to our grief journey.  Join us for a one afternoon therapeutic art class on March 23, from 2:00- 5:30 p.m. All supplies included but feel free to bring an item to repair if you would like. To register for this class, scan the QR code in the image on the left. Click here to print a copy of the flyer.
 

New Class Coming in May!

Our next 4 week supportive Kintsugi class for loss of a loved one will be Tuesdays in May (7, 14, 21, and 28).

Class Offerings

Our Vision

The Roan William McClain foundation is dedicated to providing support for those experiencing loss and those that are struggling.

 

By building a connection with nature and exploring creativity, we find a path through the waves of adversity and find purpose in life. 

 

We offer creative groups to honor and give meaning to the loss and the struggles that

A Big Wave

YOU CAN'T STOP THE WAVES, BUT YOU CAN LEARN HOW TO SURF.

-Jon Kabat-Zinn

are part of the human condition. Fostering connection, support, and resiliency. 

 

We partner with local mental health and suicide organizations.

Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.

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