The Silence of Suffering Ends
with the Gift of Awareness
In a World Spinning Faster Than Ever, Knowing the Signs of Emotional Pain Is Everyone’s Duty.
Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen will
introduce Mr. Hines. She is
the founder and president of
Give an Hour, a mental health
advocacy organization at the
forefront of change. Dr. Van
Dahlen is a clinical psychologist
in Washington, D.C., and in
2012, she was named to TIME
magazine’s list of The 100 Most
Influential People in the World.
It’s going to be a life-changing event – one that takes aim
at the culture of mental health, and the silent suffering of so
many. It’s an event dedicated to replacing the barrier to stigma
and shame of mental illness with knowledge and support.
Landmark is proud to be a part of the Campaign to Change
Direction, a groundbreaking mental health initiative that was
borne from the Give an Hour organization. With open hearts,
we welcome the wisdom of its founder, Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen
– and the soul-stirring testimony of suicide survivor Kevin Hines.
If you or someone you love is suffering emotionally, come step
Kevin Hines is a survivor. Of the into the light.
2,000 people who have jumped
off the Golden Gate Bridge, he
is one of just 36 who have lived.
Kevin has turned his suicide
attempt into his life’s mission,
delivering his powerful story with
passion. A speaker, author and
insightful mental health advocate,
his videos have been seen by
millions of online viewers.
Please Join Us for Woonsocket’s Kick-Off to
Health & Wellness Fair
Friday, November 17
Woonsocket High School
5pm doors open
6pm Kevin Hines, featured presentation
7pm book signing
Free admission / light fare & refreshments
RSVP suggested (401) 769-4100 x2091
Member of Prime Healthcare
In collaboration with CCA, The Prevention Coalition
and the YWCA