Join GLHF for a special screening of Let’s Talk: Mental Health, followed by a live talk back with Believe Limited’s Co-Founder and CEO, Patrick James Lynch, and Mental Health Matters Too’s Founder, Debbie de la Riva.
This 40 minute film will take you on an immersive journey through the lives of five members of the U.S. bleeding disorders community, as they open their hearts and lives to share their struggles with mental health. Produced by Believe Limited, in partnership with Mental Health Matters Too, the film is intended to spark conversation, increase awareness, and decrease the stigma around mental health.
This virtual event will kick off the beginning of GLHF’s Mental Health Awareness month. Throughout the month of February, complete tasks on your Self-Care Bingo board for a chance to win prizes! Participants who register by January 22 will receive a self-care package prior to the event. This will include the Bingo board and other items to assist with the tasks which practice physical, mental, social, spiritual and practical acts of self-care.
One self-care package per household. Registration will remain open up until the day of the virtual event, but only those households who register by January 22 will receive an activity package. You must be a Wisconsin Resident, or receive care at a Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) to register.
Because of this film’s mature content, it’s recommended for ages 18+ and high school students with a guardian’s consent. Suicide and
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