Welcome To ARIZE V Renaissance- Memphis, TN
About Arize V Renaissance
Betty P. Tyler, the people’s advocate! Betty is a five star leader who has been an advocate/activist in Memphis since 1990 and has utilized her expertise in five star level management to design, create and operate strategic programs and processes to address some serious social and operational problems. Today, the focus in on a group of victims (Chronic Illness, Depression , Disabled and caregivers/ providers survivors). These two groups may seem different but, they are very similar and this series of “Monologues to Dialogues” will begin the process of hope, healing and wellness.
Betty P. Tyler’s own rehabilitation and progressive healing began with the arts and her series “Creating a Voice for Silence” which was created during her own rehabilitation at the University of Memphis. She is a senior and obtaining her degree to design her research and resource center to address this therapy on a larger scale.
She is currently volunteering her services to several non-profit groups, churches and artists who have collaborated with her to address the crisis of mental health and wellness through the arts.
Her family ministry (W.A.R.R. Outreach Ministries) has been performing every summer at the Overton park shell to create a healing environment for inner city youth to escape the hardships of violence in the streets. Now, that the shell is under renovation-a satellite had been made-The Galloway Café. Mrs. Tyler currently has spearheaded four groups, which practice her sessions of healing through the arts. These groups range from senior citizen groups: chronic pain, youth group, crisis youth groups and a few families in crisis have utilized the services for their children who have been challenged with social injustices, depression and other health issues.
(2) (12) PASSENGER VANS
WELLNESS /NUTRITIONIST VOLUNTEERS
ARIZE “THERAPY SESSIONS” FOR SOCIAL WELLNESS GROUPS
PEOPLE TO PLAY GAMES WITH YOUTH
PEOPLE TO PLAY GAMES WITH SENIOR CITIZENS
VOLUNTEERS FOR SUMMER PROJECTS
SPANISH TUTORS, CHINESE TUTORS
COOKS, CULINARY ARTISTS
SUPPLIES FOR PARTIES
SUPPLIES FOR TEA PARTIES
SUPPLIES FOR CULINARY
SUPPLIES FOR WAR GAMES
SUPPLIES FOR SPORTS
SUPPLIES FOR BUSINESS
PRIZES FOR GIVE-A WAYS TO YOUTH AND SENIORS
ORGANIC FOODS AND FRUITS
STUDIO PROGRAMS AND EQUIPMENT
SPONSORS FOR PROJECTS
APRIL 14, 2007 MONOLOGUES TO DIALOGUES SESSION at Hattiloo Theater
The Monologue to Dialogue is a strategic action plan designed as a community solution to the National Civil Rights: Conference on Freedom: Patient Rights and Responsibilities held in April, 2006. The many social injustices in patients rights demands a movement. The Creating a voice for silence series will move our society into dialogue and action. The finale” The laws, The life, The struggle, The fight, patients rights are civil rights!! Is our marching song to dignity and quality health care reform for our families.
The series Monologues to Dialogue will begin this process by bringing as many of the players into one room to tell their stories. We will transition into the next phase of this process and create a network of working like minds to create real solutions. We will stop our people from dying due to fear.
SEE YOU AT HATTILOU THEATRE 10:00AM - 12:00PM for Healthcare Workshops
Interested in Contacting Betty P. Tyler?
You can schedule this outstanding member of our disabled community by contacting this group at BPTEXCELLENCE@AOL.COM OR (901) 388-4313. She is committed to transforming the lives of our youth by equipping them with coping skills to empower themselves to resolve mental and social health conditions thru the arts. Therapy sessions utilize various forms of the arts in order to create a feasible process of healing and self help techniques for the groups/individuals and families.
This speaker/facilitator utilizes her own testimony for sensitivity training sessions and diversity training through the art of photography and other artistic mediums.