OREM PARK

Self-Reliance Resource Center

This is not an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Content is intended to share local resources and information with the community for use in helping individuals and families with self-reliance efforts. Individuals and leaders should validate and verify suitability of each resource before using or recommending.

YOU'RE INVITED

Orem Park Stake Self-Reliance Groups

In September 2020, the Orem Park Stake will start two new Self-Reliance courses. As your stake presidency, we invite you to prayerfully consider participating in one of these groups. Many blessings have come to our stake members who have participated in Self-Reliance classes, and we are confident that blessings will come to you, too. 

Sincerely,

Your Orem Park Stake Presidency 

Group Registration 

If you would like to participate, please register for one the of courses by clicking a “Register” button below. If you have further questions, please contact our stake Self-Reliance specialists, Fred Roberts 801-310-7266: fredjroberts@gmail.com; Mary Roberts 801-310-7266: myheartlight@gmail.com; Paul Abbott, 801-400-5601; pabbott0203@gmail.com.

Registration deadline for all groups is Monday, September 14

Courses will begin Thursday, Sep 17th. Each group will review the particulars on how and where they will meet: virtually, in-person, or a combination. Everyone who registers will be contacted by the group facilitator they are assigned to.

Emotional Resilience Group

All are invited to attend. Come and join a group about increasing your resilience, building health thinking patterns, managing stress and anxiety, building healthy relationship and so much more. Groups are formed and meet for 10 weeks to learn, discuss and complete objectives.

Manual and Videos

Participant Testimonials

Local Services and Resources

Resources Directory

Many church and community organizations provide wonderful resources and services to meet the needs of individuals and families on their path to greater self-reliance. Click on the resource directory link below to begin to discover the available resources. Council with your mentor, minister or other church leader about how to potentially use these resources to find help and learn to become more fully self-reliant.

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Searching for a job?

Assistance with your job search can begin by building your profile on LDSJobs.org and connecting with the local leaders and the Employment Resource Center for assistance.

Online assistance programs now available (via Zoom): 

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Build Your Self-Reliance Plan

Individuals or families may use the Self-Reliance Plan form on their own or with the assistance of a mentor. The form helps assess needs, income, and expenses, identify available resources, identify service opportunities, and develop specific objectives to becoming more self-reliant.

Download the Self-Reliance Plan form
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Self-Reliance Initiative

Self-reliance is the “ability, commitment, and effort to provide the spiritual and temporal necessities of life for self and family. As members become self-reliant, they are also better able to serve and care for others.”  Join a group sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in your area.  See upcoming groups.

Find online manuals, materials, videos and trainings for the Self-Reliance Initiative.

Volunteer Opportunities

Find opportunities to serve.

Use Your Talents to Help A Neighbor

Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, Young Women General President taught, "some of the most significant needs we can meet are within our own families, among our friends, in our wards, and in our communities...Heavenly Father may have placed those who need us closest to us, knowing that we are best suited to meet their needs." Contact your local Stake Self-Reliance Committee, your Church leaders or community organization and let them know you are ready to use your talents to serve.

Find Opportunities In The Community with JustServe

JustServe.org is a website where the volunteer needs of organizations may be posted and volunteers may search for places to serve in the community, providing opportunities to help those in need and enhance the quality of life in the community.

Visit JustServe.org