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Mask Making Workshop in Recognition of Mental Health Week - October 6, 2011

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Granirer   Clarence Johnson

David Granirer, Stand-Up Comic, Author, and Founder of Stand Up for Mental Health. Granirer trained five local people to become stand-up comics.

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Local comic Clarence Johnson

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Comics   Local Comics

All the comics on stage. From left to right, Jeffery Widom, Clarence Johnson, David Granirer, Dana Payne, Susan Johnson and Craig Pearson.

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After the event, Granirer (center) jokes with the local comics, left to right: Craig Pearson, Susan Johnson, Dana Payne and Clarence Johnson.

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Clarence Johnson   Children's Mental Health Matters Ribbons

Local comic Clarence Johnson being interviewed by Comcast, one of the event sponsors.

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Children’s Mental Health Matters Ribbons were distributed to the audience, along with silver ribbons & bells made by members of the CSB’s West End Club. The silver ribbons are a symbol of a range of mental health disabilities and the bells represent the “Mental Health Bell” made in 1956 from the shackles and chains from asylums across the country.

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Dana Payne   Craig Pearson

Local Comic Dana Payne

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Local comic Craig Pearson

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May 2008 Mental Health Anti-Stigma Event   Dr. Redfield's book signing

The Mental Health Anti-Stigma event during May's Mental Health Month brought an overflow crowd (almost 400 people) to the Minnie Howard Auditorium to see Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison, nationally-recognized author and one of the foremost authorities on manic-depressive illness.

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Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison signs copies of her most recent book after the May 29 Mental Health Month event at Minnie Howard Auditorium.

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Dr. Gilmore and Dr. Redfield   Mayor Euille

Dr. Michael Gilmore, Executive Director, Community Services Board, and Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison, noted author and speaker, after Dr. Jamison's presentation at the Minnie Howard Auditorium for Mental Health Month.

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Mayor Euille addresses the crowd at the Teen Suicide in Our Community event on December 10, 2007. Dr. Michael Gilmore, CSB's Executive Director, in background.

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Panel Members   Kathy Harkey

Panel members at the Teen Suicide in Our Community event: front row, left to right, Kathy Harkey, a mother whose son committed suicide; Nichole Rohrer, Psy.D, therapist with the CSB's Outpatient Youth & Family Program, and Millie Osborne, M.D., author of The Inner World of a Suicidal Youth: What Every Parent & Health Professional Should Know. Back row, Mary Azoy, LPC, CPT, CrisisLink's Director of Community Education & Crisis Response and Duane Bowers, LPC, author of Guiding Your Family Through Loss and Grief.

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At the Teen Suicide in Our Community event on December 10, 2007, a large number of community members listen to Kathy Harkey, a mother whose son committed suicide.

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Dr. Lawrence Westreich   Dr. Lawrence Westreich
Dr. Lawrence Westreich, author of "Helping the Addict You Love," signs books after speaking at the September 10 Recovery Month community event.

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Author Lawrence Westreich, M.D., speaks to a large crowd at the Minnie Howard Auditorium on September 10 about getting persons with addiction into treatment.

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Dr. Lawrence Westreich   Mayor Euille

Taking audience questions: Dr. Lawrence Westreich, author and keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Gilmore, Executive Director, Alexandria Community Services Board, and Connie Juntunen, LCSW, CSB's Substance Abuse Services Director, at the May 10 Recovery Month event.

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Mayor William D. Euille presents a Proclamation at the September 10 Recovery Month event and announces the creation of the Partnership's new Alexandria Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

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Pete Earley   Pete Earley

A long line of event attendees wait for Pete Earley to sign copies of his book.

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Author Pete Earley, nominated for a 2007 Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction for his book, "Crazy: A Father's Search Through America's Mental Health Madness," signs books after the May 30 Mental Health event at Minnie Howard School.

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Pete Earley Seminar    

A large crowd filled the Minnie Howard Auditorium on May 30 to hear author Pete Earley and to learn about ways to fight the stigma of mental illness.

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