In the latest FOCUS event, our speaker, Shanon Williams of Selfcare Housekeeping, discussed how she maintains an organized life, both physically and mentally, while coping with mental health challenges. Shanon’s business revolves around helping her clients realize that their “messes” may be stemming from something deeper than just being messy, and that in taking care of their environment, they can also take care of themselves.
Please join LEAD Pittsburgh and JFCS along with a Panel featuring young people with lived experience with mental health challenges at our next FOCUS event on 12/12.
LEAD Pittsburgh, in partnership with Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS), is pleased to announce a new speaker series–FOCUS (For Our Children and US). The series will address topics relevant to parents and caring adults focusing on both children’s mental health and that of the adults in their lives.
LEAD attended the 100.7 FM Midweek Music event at Market Square on August 8th. Check out some pictures from the event below!
LEAD will join 100.7 FM at their “Midweek Music” event in Market Square downtown:
What? LEAD will have an information table set up at the event. Click this link to learn more about Midweek Music events: https://starpittsburgh.radio.com/events/midweek-music-market-square
LEAD Pittsburgh was the featured nonprofit at the Rivers Club “Wednesday Night Live” Jazz event on May 9, 2018. Jazz singer Jessica Lee brought together LEAD, local artist Julie Shymansky, and amazing jazz musicians and guest singers for an evening of art and music, giving LEAD the opportunity to raise awareness and educate those in attendance about depression, knowing the signs, and resilience.
On May 13, 2018 during Mental Health Awareness Month, LEAD Pittsburgh discussed depression, stigma, advocacy and resilience on Dan Esterly’s radio show—Behavior Business—broadcast from Point Park University’s downtown studio. Listen to the conversation below: