1 hr 52 min

Conversations Cafe: Hope for the Holidays Anthologies of Hope

    • Mental Health

This month’s episode, titled "Hope for the Holidays", features interviews with Hope For The Day Agents of Impact and Partners in Prevention doing amazing work to start the conversation in their own way, breaking the silence on mental health together as a community through their various talents and passions.

Our guests this month include:

-Mike Vinopal, Director of Education for HFTD, sitting down one-on-one with Caleb Jennings, one-half of Kambs Jennings Group - an amazing Partner in Prevention with HFTD.

-Agent of Impact, Kate Smith, creator of One Woman Hamlet, an extra special one-woman show that aims to "Shake(speare) The Stigma Surrounding Mental Health."

-Agent of Impact, Stefanie Berecz of the amazing band, The Right Now, talks about how she got involved with Hope For The Day, their performance at last year's Hope Ball, and how the band continues to break the silence together. - And the episode is closed out by an amazing, live two song performance by Stefanie and Chris from The Right Now!

The Conversations Cafe is a monthly live podcast recording at Sip of Hope Coffee Bar featuring education and open forum dialogue on the intersections of Mental Health within our communities. This education programming is brought to you by Hope For The Day with support from our partners in prevention, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention of Illinois, Banyan Treatment Center, and Janssen.

The live experience of this month's episode who attended at Sip of Hope was generously sponsored by Partners in Prevention, Eating Recovery Center & Insight Behavioral Health Centers, who picked up the tab for guests for the evening. Eating Recovery Center’s mission is to provide the very best care to patients, families and providers of care in the treatment of, and recovery from, eating disorders and related conditions. Insight Behavioral Health Centers offers higher levels of care for children, adolescents, adults and their and families facing serious emotional and behavioral health concerns.

Join the conversation. We are in this together.

This month’s episode, titled "Hope for the Holidays", features interviews with Hope For The Day Agents of Impact and Partners in Prevention doing amazing work to start the conversation in their own way, breaking the silence on mental health together as a community through their various talents and passions.

Our guests this month include:

-Mike Vinopal, Director of Education for HFTD, sitting down one-on-one with Caleb Jennings, one-half of Kambs Jennings Group - an amazing Partner in Prevention with HFTD.

-Agent of Impact, Kate Smith, creator of One Woman Hamlet, an extra special one-woman show that aims to "Shake(speare) The Stigma Surrounding Mental Health."

-Agent of Impact, Stefanie Berecz of the amazing band, The Right Now, talks about how she got involved with Hope For The Day, their performance at last year's Hope Ball, and how the band continues to break the silence together. - And the episode is closed out by an amazing, live two song performance by Stefanie and Chris from The Right Now!

The Conversations Cafe is a monthly live podcast recording at Sip of Hope Coffee Bar featuring education and open forum dialogue on the intersections of Mental Health within our communities. This education programming is brought to you by Hope For The Day with support from our partners in prevention, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention of Illinois, Banyan Treatment Center, and Janssen.

The live experience of this month's episode who attended at Sip of Hope was generously sponsored by Partners in Prevention, Eating Recovery Center & Insight Behavioral Health Centers, who picked up the tab for guests for the evening. Eating Recovery Center’s mission is to provide the very best care to patients, families and providers of care in the treatment of, and recovery from, eating disorders and related conditions. Insight Behavioral Health Centers offers higher levels of care for children, adolescents, adults and their and families facing serious emotional and behavioral health concerns.

Join the conversation. We are in this together.

1 hr 52 min

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