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SCREENING: Kevin Hines, The Ripple Effect

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Date(s) - Mon, 08/27/2018
7:30 pm-9:00 pm EDT

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Movieland at Boulevard Square (Bow Tie)
1301 North Blvd, Richmond, VA, 23230

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This screening is in Richmond, VA because that’s where I live. Beacon Tree Foundation, the organization for whom I am currently Exec Director is hosting this. I will speak briefly on what we are doing locally in terms of mental health.

When: Mon, August 27, 2018
Time: 7:30 PM
Where: Movieland at Boulevard Square, 1301 North Blvd, Richmond, VA
Price: $11.50 (It ends up being $14 with a convenience fee)

The fee requirements have to be met before we can screen the movie and the ticket sales have to be met as well, too. We’d need to sell 61 tickets to be able to screen this film. Beacon Tree is hosting this and we didn’t set the fee nor is it a fundraiser for us but a community event. Nonprofits who offer mental health or grief support are welcome to bring resource materials to share. We hope to have a table for those materials.

 

RATING: NR
GENRE: Documentary
RELEASE: 2018
DURATION: 90

At age 19, Kevin Hines attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Seventeen years later, he still struggles with many of the same symptoms that led him to attempt to take his life, but he is on a mission to use his story to help others stay alive. Kevin has also been one of the key catalysts in helping end a nearly 80-year long fight to construct suicide prevention net on the iconic San Francisco bridge.

Kevin takes a journey to better understand the ripple effects his suicide attempt had on his family, friends, and the first responders who helped save him. He’s also working to shine light on inspirational individuals, families, and organizations who are using personal pain to help others find the hope they need to heal.

Across the globe, nearly 1 million people die annually by suicide. In the United States alone there are one million suicide attempts in a given year and over 40,000 deaths by suicide, with our military being hit particularly hard. Research has shown that for every one death by suicide, over 115 people are directly affected and impacted. The estimated financial cost of suicide is over 40 billion dollars annually.

People around the globe are uniting and responding to calls for change with the goal of having a tremendous positive impact on reducing the number of suicides and suicide attempts around the world. #BeHereTomorrow.

 

Are we normal people any more?


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Anne Moss Rogers

I am an emotionally naked mental health speaker, and author of the Book, Diary of a Broken Mind and co-author with Kim O'Brien PhD, LICSW of Emotionally Naked: A Teacher's Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk. I raised two boys, Richard and Charles, and lost my younger son, Charles to addiction and suicide on June 5, 2015. I help people foster a culture of connection to prevent suicide, reduce substance misuse and find life after loss. My motivational mental health keynotes, training and workshop topics include suicide prevention, addiction, mental illness, anxiety, coping strategies/resilience, and grief. As talented and funny as Charles was, letting other people know they matter was his greatest gift. And now the legacy I try and carry forward in my son's memory. Mental Health Speakers Website. Trained in ASIST and trainer for the evidence-based 4-hour training for everyone called safeTALK.

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