The Stronger Together for Men program consists of a 20-week educational and support group curriculum. The program helps adults develop techniques of self-control and effective relationship skills. It promotes healthy families and engages positive role models in the diverse Minneapolis community. Several guest facilitators share varied perspectives about how to manage emotions and successful relationships. Benefits experienced by those who complete the program include:

-developing positive family relationships
-developing better decision-making capabilites within the family structure\
-regaining and maintaining sobriety
-regaining custody of children
-successfully fulfilling probationary obligations

For more information contact Mr. Wayne Hunter at 612-977-3249, or wayneh@phylliswheatley.org.

The Phyllis Wheatley Center is committed to providing a supportive environment that is inclusive and affirming of all individuals regardless of their background, culture, age, religion, or sexual preference.

Cornerstone of the Community Since 1924.

In our Anger Management courses, we guide you through self-discovery of

  • the core reasons for your anger
  • how to prevent anger from turning into aggressive or abusive behavior
  • how to free yourself from negative thoughts and beliefs that self-sabotage your life
  • how you can learn to regulate emotions and resolve conflict peacefully
  • your own authentic values and aspirations in life

Phyllis Wheatley Community Center · 1301 10th Ave N · Minneapolis, MN 55411

Phone: 612-374-4342; Fax: 612-377-9089 

MISSION Phyllis Wheatley Community Center provides comprehensive, quality programs in life-long learning, child development, and family support for the diverse greater Minneapolis community.

90th ANNIVERSARY Phyllis Wheatley Community Center is proudly celebrating our 90th year of caring for children and families.

Our anger management programs are funded by the Greater Twin Cities United Way and Hennepin County.

THANK YOU PWCC Stronger Together Men’s Program Volunteers

Professor Joe Avent, Metropolitan State University
Mr. Jim Bransford, Retired Legal Disposition Advisor
Mr. Matt Clark, Financial Educator, US Bank
Dr. Jovan Cleveland, Northpoint Health and Wellness
Professor Bradford Colbert, William Mitchell College of Law
Ms. Cynthia Fashaw, NAMI of Minnesota (National Association of Mental Illness)
Mr. T J Thorton Jones, Ultimate Business Developers & Pharaoh Productions
Ms. Monica McClain, Hennepin County Health Services
Ms. Mary Jo Meuleners, Hennepin County Health Services
Dr. Verna Monson, Consultant, Cultural Dynamics
Mr. Thomas Powell, Council on Crime & Justice
Mr. Shane Price, Power of People Leadership Institute Reentry Initiative & POP House
Mr. Robert Rysgaard, Retired Hennepin County Probation Officer