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Fostering Resilience in Malibu


City of Malibu Launches Resiliency Programs

As part of the City of Malibu’s efforts to offer support and resources to residents impacted by the devastating Woolsey Fire, the Community Services Department has created a series of Resiliency Programs throughout the year to help strengthen the community and foster healing and resilience.

“Not all of the rebuilding of Malibu following the Woolsey Fire consists of bricks and concrete,” said Mayor Jefferson “Zuma Jay” Wagner. “Hearts and minds have to rebuild and heal as well, so I encourage everyone to take advantage of these valuable programs to help recover from this community-wide trauma.”

These programs include various workshops about dealing with trauma, incorporating innovative forms of therapy such as art, music, yoga, meditation, mental health and financial recovery. In addition, the Environmental Sustainability Department will offer workshops in post-fire rebuilding, sustainability, fire-conscious landscaping and water use.

The City of Malibu has launched a new dedicated webpage to feature these resources and events for the community at MalibuCity.org/ResiliencyPrograms.

Any community members or non-profit organizations interested in partnering with the City to offer a Resiliency Program or resource for the community, can fill out the Resiliency Program Proposal online at MalibuCity.org/ResiliencyPrograms.

Upcoming Resiliency Programs

Healing Energy Treatments with Jung Shim
Monday, Feb. 11, 10:30 AM, Malibu City Hall

An Evening of Healing and Uplifting Classical Music with Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra
Sunday, March 3, 5:00 PM, Malibu City Hall
Refreshments served at 4:00 PM

TreePeople: Rebuilding Resilience after Fires, Lessons Learned from Australia
Tuesday, April 9, 6:00 PM, Malibu City Hall

For more information, contact the Community Services Department at (310) 456-2489 or visit MalibuCity.org/ResiliencyPrograms.



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