Friday October 10-Sunday October 12
The Houston Walk for Mental Health is a 3 day community based event to raise awareness and funding for Harris County non-profit agencies and programs that provide mental health services.
$25 for online registration through Friday October 5th. Late Registration: $35
SARDAA will have a team that people can walk with – the only advocates/representatives for people living with schizophrenia-related disorders. You can donate to our team without walking. If you walk for SARDAA, you will be provided a SARDAA t-shirt (value $15).
Thursday, October 10th: just a bit before sunset (in front of City Hall and the Reflection Pool) we will join the City of Houston in kicking-off our “Positive Public Dialog” by illuminating our City Hall lime green (color for mental illness/disease) for three nights. THIS IS A FREE EVENT.
Friday, October 11th: Luncheon from 12:00 pm at The United Way Offices – 50-Waigh Drive – 77007
Guest Speaker is Dr. James A. McSwain – Principle at Lamar High School - ”Schizophrenia – An Unacceptable Condition”
Luncheon is open to all registered walkers and interested members of the community. Lunch is provided with your registration fee. AND ……………………. YOU MUST RSVP for the luncheon as seating is limited. CEO credits available.
Saturday, October 12: Walk at Spotts Park (please register)