Alice L. Belcher
Keynote Speaker

On April 28, 2018, Dr. Alice Belcher, Author|Educator, is joining community allies and advocate and will present at the Protect our Queens: March Against Sexual Assault event, for the April Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
Alice Belcher leading the discussion on Wake Up Broadcast with Host, Jermaine Reed. Preventing Child Sexual Abuse In The Black Family & Community, with licensed therapists and social worker Ken Ginlack and Alfonzo Watkins.

IMPACT COALITION FOR FAMILIES and Alice Belcher, presents: 
"So You Want To Be An Advocate?"   Family Violence Advocate Training Workshop.  Saturday, July 28, 2018 - 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.  

IMPACT COALITION FOR FAMILIES and Alice Belcher Founder of the Certification Family (Domestic) Violence Advocate Cohort presents: "So You Want To Be An Advocate?" Family Violence Advocate Training Workshop.

Impact Coalition for Families with Dr. Alice Belcher, presents this Family Violence Advocate Training Workshop for aspiring advocates, allies or current advocates in the community seeking a refresher course in culturally responsive family advocacy. REGISTRATION DEADLINE is July 8, 2018.

Alice Belcher researched, wrote and delivered the first best practices, trauma-informed and culturally responsive, Certification Family (Domestic) Violence Advocate Cohort training, ever to be offered at any institution of higher education in the State of Wisconsin for six years in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Given the community demand for this Family Violence Advocate training, Impact Coalition for Families is offering a comprehensive workshop, taught by Dr. Belcher, on Saturday, July 28, 2018, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Village of Brown Deer Library, Wisconsin. 

For a $20 suggested donation, attendees receive Alice Belcher book, Family Violence Prevention: For African American Communities, workshop materials, and the workshop training ($150 value). Register today. Seating is very limited! REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 8, 2018.

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Dr. Alice Belcher and Impact Coalition for Families presents Black History Month:
 "Black Men and Black Women Healthy Relationships"
Saturday, February 23, 2019 9:00 am to 12:00 Noon at New Hope Youth and Family Services at 2004 N. 33rd Street, Milwaukee
Bi-Monthly Community Education Convenings
presented by
Dr. Alice L. Belcher, Phd. Std., D. Div. hc, M.S., B.A.
Hosted by Impact Coalition for Families A
Program of Christian Woman Perspective Ministries Inc.
BLACK WOMAN HEAL DAY - APRIL 2019  - 3rd Annual Event 
Theme:  S.O.S.  Stories of Survivors
Come heal and prevent sexual assault, through the stories, songs, dance and spoken word of Survivors and Allies.

Sponsored by Impact Coalition for Families, Mahogany Cares, Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center and The Healing Center.
Dr. Belcher, Coordinated the First Annual Black Woman Heal Day-Milwaukee County event on April 1, 2017 and drew Mayoral recognition and Proclamation from the City of Milwaukee Mayor, Tom Barrett.  By this coordinated community effort led by Dr. Belcher, Black Woman Heal Day-Milwaukee County, joined the International Annual APRIL 1ST Black Woman Heal Day events that began in 2015 by Lilada Gee of Lilada's Living Room in Madison, WI.  Dr. Belcher serves as the Vice-President of the State's agency on Sexual Assault, the Wisconsoin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA).


Alice L. Belcher, PhD. Std., D. Div. h c, M.S., B.A.
OCTOBER, 2019 - Community Coffee & Conversation Presenters

Author|Educator-Dr. Alice L. Belcher, Ph.D. Std., D. Div. hc, M.S., B.A. of Christian Woman Perspective Ministries, Inc. and Impact Coalition for Families, Inc., with
Author|Counselor-Leola Williams, M.S., CSAC, LPC of New C.H.O.I.C.E.S., LLC

​Oh, we got into the middle of the matter today! Thank you co-presenter Leola Williams of New C.H.O.I.C.E.S. and all those who were a part of this convening. People were running 🏃‍♀️ in on the last asking, “What did I miss!” If you missed this Community Coffee and Conversation today; you TRULY MISSED IT!” - See, you next time for Community Coffee & Conversation!
The FIRST Community Coffee & Conversation, launched Saturday, August 24, 2019 by Dr. Alice L. Belcher, with special Presenter "Baba", Dr. William Rogers of Atlanta, Georgia.

It was awesome to see City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County residents come to this launch event in collaboration with Alfonso Watkins of Wake Up Program, who introduced the community to the concept of a Black Council of Elders for the African Community in Milwaukee.

Dr. William Rogers told the group that this very type of community education series that I am doing for the Milwaukee County area community, is the same type of educational series implemented by W.E.B. DuBois. I am honored by the comparison! Thank you, Dr. Rogers. - Dr. Alice Belcher

Dr. Alice Belcher, was invited to be a guest Panelist at the O.U.R. Village Mental Health and Self Care summit on Anxiety in the Community of Color on Saturday, November 2, 2019.

Living while African in America is a major source of anxiety for many Black Africans of the Diaspora  that other people of color are not subjected to. 

Dr. Belcher and others will speak to this in offering resources and strategies to overcome anxiety triggers so that African people living int he diaspora may operate in love, power, and self-control.
Dr. Belcher, received City of Milwaukee Mayoral Proclamation in recognition of her many years of volunteer community service in ministry and community education.  City of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, joins the organization Pastors United in recognition of Alice Belcher and declaring April 5, 2014, 
Rev. Dr. Alice L. Belcher Day.
Dr. Belcher, received Milwaukee County Board of Supervisor's recognition for over a decade of impactful community service, on the motion of Supervisors Sequanna Taylor along with Supervisors Deanna Alexander, Eddie Cullen, Marina Dimitrijevic, Jason Haas, Willie Johnson, Jr., Michael Mayo, Sr., Supreme Moore Omokunde, Marcelia Nicholson, David L. Sartori, James "Luigi" Schmitt, Dan Sebring, Anthony Staskunas, Steve F. Taylor, Sheldon A. Wasserman, John F. Weishan, Jr., and Peggy A. West and Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr.

This year event gathering is canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak and mandate to cancel group gatherings in the City of Milwaukee.  Please click on the Black Woman Health Day logo for ALTERNATIVE information, resources and topic guidelines for discussion at home with your family and loved ones on April 1st International Black Woman Heal Day.
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