An Evening with Kevin Hines
We would like to invite you to a special free event, featuring Kevin Hines, an international keynote speaker who has spent the past 20 years advocating for mental health, self-care, de-stigmatization of mental illness, and suicide prevention.
Kevin’s story in featured in the Youth Mental Health First Aid class, and he is one of only 33 people who have survived a suicide attempt off the Golden Gate Bridge.
Kevin offers a message of inspiration and hope to everyone managing their own mental, behavioral, and emotional challenges, as well as to the family members who support them. Kevin speaks openly and eloquently about the crucial elements of his self-management plan for living successfully with bipolar disorder. To find out more about Kevin, see www.kevinhinesstory.com.
Admission to this event is free to participants, courtesy of a Project AWARE-C grant from SAMHSA, but we are asking people to register in advance to guarantee a seat. We hope you will join us!
May 15th, 6:15 p.m.
Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth Campus
This evening is sponsored by the Counseling Department of Palm Beach State
College, the School District of Palm Beach County, The Mental Health First Aid
Coalition of Palm Beach County, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Services Administration courtesy of a Project AWARE-Community Grant.