Dancing to Defeat Mental Illness

par Mental Wellness Centre

  • mercredi, 05 octobre 2016 de 6:30 Après-midi à 9:30 Après-midi (HAA)
  •  Ballroom D Lakeside Resort, Convention Centre, and Casino 21 Lakeshore Drive West, Penticton, BC, BC V2A 7M5

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Aperçu

Wednesday October 5th, 2016     Time: 6.30 pm

Dinner, silent auction, 50/50 draws

Entertainment including dancing to Gary Leggott Jazz Ensemble 

Détails

Proceeds power mental health promotion in the South Okanagan Similkameen. 

MARTIN HOUSE

Support our youth and young adults in recovery from a mental illness.

FAMILY SUPPORT

Individual group support and education course Strengthening Families Together.

PEER SUPPORT  for the person

  • Individual or in a group 
  • Your Recovery Journey self-care education course and planning

 YOU can get involved;

  •  Purchase a Ticket at $30. or a table of 10 for $300
  •  Donate a Silent Auction Item
  •  Make a Charitable Donation

YOU CAN make Mental Health Matter!

Participants Tout afficher (37)

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Donna Ashcroft

+ 3 invités

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+ 1 invité

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+ 1 invité

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Ralph Oslund

+ 1 invité

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+ 1 invité

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+ 5 invités

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+ 2 invités

Tara Hollas

+ 1 invité

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+ 2 invités

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Produit de la vente des billets

1 691 $

Participants

37

Jours pour acheter

0

 Ballroom D Lakeside Resort, Convention Centre, and Casino
21 Lakeshore Drive West, Penticton, BC, BC V2A 7M5

5 octobre 2016
mercredi, 5 octobre 2016 6:30 Après-midi (HAA)

Organisateur

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#118-246 Martin Street
Mental Wellness Centre
Penticton, BC , BC
V2A 5K3

À propos de cet organisme

We provide education and caring support for families affected by mental illness in the South Okanagan (Summerland - Princeton – Osoyoos). The family unit is our first responsibility and primary focus. The person with the illness is always included in the definition of family. We are dedicated to supporting each other, educating the public, raising funds for research and advocating for better services for people with schizophrenia and other serious and persistent mental illnesses. In response to the needs of the communities of the South Okanagan Similkameen, the Branch provides support and education related to any mental illness. This includes individual and group support for family members of all ages and peer support for persons in recovery. Mental illness affects the person and their circle of support. Everyone needs care and learning.