A masquerade ball to support mental health awareness
Join us on Saturday, February 20, 2016, at The Garage at The Harley-Davidson Museum. This masquerade ball is an exciting two-part evening with fun for everyone.
According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 4 people will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Every day, the clinical staff at JFS assists clients in our state-licensed outpatient mental health clinic, offering results-oriented therapy to those struggling with mental illness or issues such as grief, divorce, domestic violence, anxiety and depression.
Help us “unmask” the stigma of mental illness and support mental health awareness by attending this exciting event! Proceeds allow JFS to provide mental health services to those who cannot afford to pay.
2016 Event Planning Committee
|Jennifer Ciralsky||Thomas Harris||Adam Witkov|
|Sarah Drilias||Dave Glenn||Tad Gospodarek|
|Liza Jablonski||Sally Lyne||Stuart Mukamal|
|Amanda Pozorski||Stefanie Sager||Eileen Seeger|