In Our Own Voice is a unique public education presentation that offers insight into the hope and recovery possible for individuals living with mental illness. Trained individuals living with mental illness lead a brief, yet comprehensive and interactive, presentation about mental illness.
This award winning 60-90 minute presentation is intimate and candid. It includes a short video, personal testimony and a question and answer period that allows for honest and open dialogue. It is designed to enrich the audience’s understanding of how individuals cope with the reality of their illness, while recovering and reclaiming their lives.
For questions, please contact Stephanie Hatlestad.
This event is hosted by Service and Community Health.
*Students enrolled in the Service and Community Health Certificate of Distinction will earn two seminar credits for attending.