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One Yellow Tulip at a Time: Smashing the Stigma and Spreading Hope

One Yellow Tulip at a Time: Smashing the Stigma and Spreading Hope

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The Conroy Speakers Series presents One Yellow Tulip at a Time: Smashing the Stigma and Spreading Hope.

Come for an honest and open presentation and conversation about mental health, suicide, and creating spaces for community conversations.

Yellow Tulip Project (YTP)'s mission is to smash the stigma surrounding mental illness and to build a community of people who realize that hope happens when youth and community leaders work together. We'll hear from Suzanne Fox(she/her),Co-Founder + Executive Directorand Anna Mullen (she/her),YTP Board Member.

YTP endeavors to spread hope to youth, schools, and communities far and wide so that people know that things will get better and that suicide should never be an option.

Who should attend? We'll be discussing mental health + suicide openly and honestly. RFK Community Alliance clinicians will be on hand to provide resources. The event is appropriate for adults and teens accompanied by an adult.

Past Event. Wednesday, April, 26, 2023

RFK Community Alliance (Lancaster, Ma)

Event details:

Wed, Apr 26, 2023, 6:00-7:30pm

RFK Community Alliance

975 Main Street

Lancaster, MA 01523

To learn more:
Naomi LeBlanc (she/her)
AVP of Advancement
Email Naomi

The Charles P. Conroy Speakers Series

Since 2016

The Dr. Charles P. Conroy Speakers Series focuses on bringing members of our community together for lectures and discussions on a wide range of topics related to the various programs and services we provide at RFK Community Alliance. We invite you to attend these free, and informative sessions which are open to the public.

In recognition of his dedicated service and numerous accomplishments as Executive Director and CEO of Perkins (1987-2015), the Perkins Board of Trustees named its speakers series in honor of Dr. Charles P. Conroy. During the course of his twenty-eight years at Perkins, Dr. Conroy advanced the quality of services, as well as the number of individuals served. In addition to his impact on Perkins’ growth and services, Dr. Conroy was an involved community member and thought-leader in the fields of education and human services. He was an active member of not-for-profit boards, as well as civic and community agencies.

Learn more about the series.