From NJ.com/Jersey Journal
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Hudson Pride Connections Center is launching “M-POWER” a support group for gay, bi-sexual and questioning men in Jersey City and Hudson County, the group announced.
The monthly group will be facilitated by Keith Anderson, who recently joined the staff of Hudson Pride to develop outreach and support programs for men.
The first meeting of “M-POWER” will be held on Thursday, Jan. 19, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Hudson Pride Connection Center, 32 Jones St., Jersey City.
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JANUARY 6, 2012
|Hudson Pride Connections Center
32 Jones Street, Jersey City, NJ 07306
201-963-4779 ext. 112, Fax 201-963-7983
HUDSON PRIDE CONNECTIONS CENTER LAUNCHES M-POWER MEN’S SUPPORT GROUP
JERSEY CITY – Hudson Pride Connections Center announced today that it is launching “M-POWER” a support group for gay, bi-sexual and questioning men in Jersey City and Hudson County. The monthly group will be facilitated by Keith Anderson, who recently joined the staff of Hudson Pride to develop outreach & support programs for men.
“Our vision for M-Power is to provide a facilitated forum in a safe environment for gay, bi-sexual, and questioning men to openly discuss health, social and personal issues that are important to men. This move is the next step in our overall plan to provide greater support to the Hudson County LGBT community”. “We are very excited to have Keith on our team. He brings ideas, energy and a wealth of experience to our organization” said Jonathan Lucas, Interim Executive Director of the Hudson Pride Connections Center.
The first meeting of “M-POWER” will be held on Thursday, January 19th, 2012 from 6:30-8:00pm at Hudson Pride Connection Center, 32 Jones Street, Jersey City, NJ 07306. Please refer to www.hudsonpride.org for updates.
Hudson Pride Connections Center (HPCC), a 501c3 nonprofit community benefit organization founded in 1993 exists to bridge the gap in services and respond to the unmet needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender community, as well as HIV positive people of any orientation / identity. HPCC provides supportive social, prevention, outreach, advocacy services and development trainings for other service providers to educate, empower, and unite all of our communities.