Join us for our second interfaith dialogue on mental health! Minnesota’s nationally recognized Crisis Intervention Training team will present a role play and discussion of issues relevant to faith communities. On display at the luncheon: a selection of art from To Really See, a traveling exhibit challenging stigma around mental illness and the medication-taking experience. Curated by Jes Reyes, Coordinator of Avivo’s ArtWorks program, and co-organized by Dr. Paul Ranelli, Professor of Social Pharmacy at the U of M.
Open to clergy of all faiths, congregational staff and lay leaders interested in mental health issues.
Check-in & box lunch (kosher and halal) distribution from 10:45 to 11:30.
$8 donation requested per person. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Register by April 27. Space is limited.