Welcome to NETworX Yadkin

At NETworX Yadkin we build relationships across social class lines is a complex process with many rewards and pitfalls.

NETworX is based on the Methodist movement which French Theologian Halevy believed provided a “ladder of opportunity” for those experiencing poverty.

Weekly classes, accountability, and relationship building were the core of the Methodist movement and are at the core of the NETworX initiative.Though we are founded and hosted within the Methodist community, people of all religious and spiritual backgrounds are invited to participate.

If you would like to find out more fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page!

What is NETworX

The core of NETworX are weekly meetings that include shared meals, time for relationship-building and mutual accountability, goal setting, and celebration. 

Childcare and transportation, frequent barriers to regular participation, are provided as needed without cost. 

Education around the topics of self- awareness, racial equity, addiction in all of its forms, aspects of privilege, holistic poverty, social capital, the role of personal and community trauma, and community transformation form the topical base of the training classes.

It's about relationships!

Reciprocal relationships, built over a period, of time, are central and are built through the shared cohort experience and shared vulnerability.  Participants support one another as they develop their individual strengths, capacities, and potential.

While the initial NETworX class takes 15 weeks, but graduates are invited to continue participating in the community as we help each other move towards goals we set in the initial class.

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