Mental Health Minnesota’s mission is to enhance mental health, promote individual empowerment, and increase access to treatment and services for persons living with mental illness. We work to help people in their journey toward mental health recovery and wellness through peer-to-peer programs and services, public policy advocacy, education and outreach.
Let's Talk About Mental Health! @ Surly Brewing
Join us for our 3rd Annual “Let’s Talk About Mental Health” event at Surly Brewing Company in Minneapolis!
Those attending the event will enjoy Surly brews and specialty cocktails, as well as appetizers from Surly’s renowned chef, check out our raffle and silent auction items, and test their knowledge at mental health trivia! Attendees will also learn more about Mental Health Minnesota’s work, and how we’re promoting a #B4Stage4 approach to mental health care and treatment for people across Minnesota!
Tickets are just $25 each, and include two Surly beers or specialty cocktails, as well as appetizers from Surly’s renowned chef!
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