93% of the students accessing our program in Arkanas shared that Writing for the Soul Workshop™ helps them to cope with anxiety, and boredom associated with social isolation.
“I loved the workshop because I got to write what I wanted. I am glad that I can write that I am an author on my resume for a job. I had fun when we got to autograph our books at Vintage Stock. I also liked it when I sold all the books that I did.” — Moriah
As a mentor, my goal is to help decrease the juvenile incarceration rate to 0%. To help shift these negative paths towards something great.
Be a part of the Writing for the Soul process. Apply to become a Mentor/eMentor today.
Larry Gilmore, Director at West Central Sports Complex understands that a Trauma Informed Approach is imperative; this is why he’s added our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ program as an option for students during Spring Break.
Using writing as a Social Emotional Learning tool, our program helps youth and young adults to manage the impact of emotions on their relationships with others.
Submit your short story, poem, music, and art for inclusion in the release of our next title in the Stories of Hope Series entitled, ‘Walk a Mile in My Shoes’.
During the course of the program, participants begin to build trusting and positive relationships with their mentors.
“Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation.” -Graham Green
Writing for the Soul Workshop™ is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization. Contributions are tax-deductible.