The Songwriting Project
8 Week Program - New programming dates coming soon!
To do our part for the health and safety of our staff, the amazing young people we serve, and our fellow human beings, SAY has temporarily suspended in-person programming.
But SAY is still here! This unprecedented time of uncertainty calls for MORE support, connection, and love, and SAY remains 100% committed to staying present for you. We will not now, nor will we ever stop providing the invaluable programming, encouragement, and friendship that our SAY community relies on.
Every person has a story to tell and a voice that deserves to be heard. SAY’s ground-breaking Confident Voices programming employs the arts to inspire creativity, confidence, and communication in young people who stutter.
We believe the arts are for everybody, so Confident Voices encourages all kids and teens who stutter to collaborate and explore new channels of expression in a safe and supportive space.
Our 7-9 week programs embolden young people who stutter to share what’s in their hearts and on their minds…with friends who understand their experiences.
Confident Voices offers 3 programming sessions during the school year:
Each project ends with a vibrant performance in a safe and appreciative public space when participants can truly express themselves onstage. Confident Voices is an exceptional, collaborative and transformative experience.
Confident Voices programming is absolutely FREE!!! Click the circles above for more details about these amazing programs!
Questions About Confident Voices?
Our Programming Staff is happy to help:
You may also submit an inquiry or download a brochure.
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