Rebecca’s Dream Wellness Card
www.rebeccasdream.org or by calling 773.42DREAM.
“The goal is to promote like-minded local businesses and to educate our community as to all the resources that are available to maintain good mental health,” said Beth Goshen, Mental Health Month Chair and Highland Park resident.
For more information about Mental Health Month programming along with Rebecca’s Dream’s Wellness Card call 773.42DREAM.
Love that Spice, 2Hot Yoga, North Suburban Wellness, Chicago Botanic Gardens, Fitness Plus, Inc., Isaac and Moshie, The Core Method, Therapeutic Kneads, Love’s Yogurt, The Bar Method, Olga’s Day Spa, Puressentials, Ross’s, The Box, North Shore Chinese Medicine, Recreation Center of Highland Park
Mental Health Month May 2016
Rebecca’s Dream celebrates May’s Mental Health Awareness month through public education, advocacy campaign, and a wellness card offering free and discounted classes, treatments, and healthy foods from 16 local businesses.
The four free programs designed to raise awareness and promote mental health will be offered to Highland Park and surrounding communities during May include:
May 2: Movie
Based on a true story starring Mark Ruffalo, is hospitalized after a manic breakdown. He becomes primary caregiver for his daughters and finds himself in over his head. Viewing and discussion of movie at the Highland Park Library at 7:00pm. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
May 10: Teens & Transitions
What is normal…what is not. A panel discussion led by professional experts will offer information for parents to help their teens transition to HPHS, at HPHS at 7:00pm. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
May 10: Yoga and Meditation Class
Open to current 8th grade and HPHS students, at HPHS at 7:00pm. Bring your friends. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
May 23: “Middle Years”
A discussion for parents on helping middle schoolers navigate their social and academic lives. At Edgewood Middle School at 1:00pm. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
Rebecca’s Dream “promotes awareness and compassionate understanding of depression and bipolar disorder as real diseases.”
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