Frequently Asked Questions
Questions About Community Social Solutions
The Director of Community Social Solutions is Carolyn Featherstone. She is a certified mediator and trained Mind Matters facilitator with over thirty years of experience working with adults, children, parents, and families of all shapes and sizes. She holds a Bachelor's degree for Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Work, Child Advocacy, and Communication and a Masters of Education in Human Resource and Workforce Development. She is passionate about meeting people where they are and leading them through the process of positive change. In her work, she values having an unbiased open mind, treating others with respect, and creating a safe space for her clients.
Find out more about Carolyn's Story here.
Questions About Mediation
Questions About Mindfulness & Mind Matters
Mind Matters is a research-based curriculum developed by Dr. Carolyn Curtis that is specifically designed to help those who have been impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). The curriculum specifically addresses the inherent and long-lasting effects produced by instances of abuse and neglect. The course gives the participants the tools they need to heal from trauma and cultivate life-long skills to manage stress, live with intention, develop healthy relationships, and learn how to ask for help.
Find out more about Mind Matters here.
Questions About Getting Involved
Thank you for wanting to get involved with Community Social Solutions! There are 3 main ways to get involved:
- Make a financial contribution to help offset the cost of our services to someone in need
- Recommend us to someone and spread the word about our organization
- Coordinate meetings and Mind Matters sessions
You can find more details about how to get involved and let us know you’re interested here.