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To raise money for Crisis Connections, formerly known as Crisis Clinic, we will donate 20% of net sales to the organization.
Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone, tell the cashier, or leave a note in the delivery instructions of your online order to make sure your purchase counts!
Tuesday, July 24th ~ 10:30am – 9:00pm
507 Northgate Way ~ 206.957.0770
13242 Aurora Ave. N. ~ 206.957.9450
Join the Seattle Mariners for Suicide Prevention Day at Safeco Field. Bring out your family and friends, and support a great cause on Sunday, September 9 as the Mariners take on the Yankees. A portion of the proceeds from this offer will benefit the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. Enter Promo Code: AFSP Deadline to purchase: Friday, September 7 - 5:00 p.m.Find out more »
Join us for an inspiring evening celebrating our lifesaving work! Guests enjoy wine and appetizers while learning about Crisis Connections’s programs and how we are collaborating with our community partners to expand the reach using technology to serve more individuals who need our support. Online registration is closed, please register at the event. Free to Attend, $150+ gift requested to support our work. Emcee - Elisa Jaffee Click photo for Elisa's bio. Speaker - Jim Vollendroff Click photo for Jim's…Find out more »
Sweet sad treats for mental health awareness – save the date for this year’s event on October 13th at Optimism Brewing Company! Every October, NAMI Seattle holds our popular Depressed Cake Shop: A community event where attendees can purchase treats made by dedicated and talented local bakers. These confections are gray and dull on the outside, but on the inside they are brightly colored – and, of course, all around tasty! Why gray? The gray, dark outside of these treats…Find out more »
The Seattle Thunderbirds, Crisis Connections and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) are teaming up to raise awareness about the importance of mental health at the game on Friday, February 8, against the Portland Winterhawks. The T-Birds game against the Winterhawks will feature: A Crisis Connection table on the accesso ShoWare Center concourse so fans can learn more about mental health Public address announcements about mental health. Special pre-game puck drop ceremony. The awareness campaign is part of the ongoing…Find out more »
It Starts with Youth! Celebrate youth-driven change at #TeenActionFair 2019. Connect with youth and organizations working to make a difference in their local and global communities through volunteering, art, social justice campaigns, and more. Free and open to all. The celebration features powerful performances, a youth-led open mic, an art showcase, give back activities, and over 30 youth-driven and youth-focused organizations.Find out more »
Join educators from Planned Parenthood to learn about LGBTQ+ basics including understanding the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity, pronouns, transgender 101, and more! This is meant to be a space to build allyship and understanding so that we can be more supportive of the LGBTQ+ people in our lives. Everyone is welcome to attend.Find out more »
Stigma associated with mental health contributes to a decrease in individuals seeking help. At Overlake’s Mental Health Conference, learn about available resources and organizations on the Eastside that aim to breakdown that stigma and connect people to the help they need. The keynote presentation, “Talk Saves Lives® An Introduction to Suicide Prevention,” will be followed by breakout discussions led by Eastside mental health experts. Topics include nutrition and your mental health, the differences in types of therapy, substance abuse and…Find out more »