When

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM EDT
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Where

AMC CLASSIC Shelby 10 
2002 E Dixon Blvd
Shelby, NC 28152
 

 
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Contact

Melodie McSwain 
Mental Health Association of Cleveland County 
704-481-8637 
mha@clevelandcountymha.org 
 

Suicide: The Ripple Effect Documentary Film Screening, Tuesday, May 1st 

This film is part of a global mission to help reduce the number of suicides and suicide attempts around the world. Through sharing stories of survival and recovery we are creating significant awareness of this health crisis, while helping people find the support they need to stay alive, heal and #BeHereTomorrow!

View the Film Trailer here or by clicking on the header image above. 

The goal of this film screening in Cleveland County is to educate community members, inspire hope, and promote a unified effort on suicide prevention in Cleveland County.  There will be a Q&A session immediately following the film and information on upcoming QPR Suicide Prevention Trainings. 

Important Information:

  • This film is not rated but has been approved for ages 10+, youth participation is encouraged
  • Tickets have been pre-purchased through the support of the Cleveland Adult Partnership.  Please check-in with us when you arrive as we will have a list of reserved tickets and will need to provide you with your tickets to scan for entry into the theatre. 
  •  Refreshment vouchers will be available for you at the theater (small popcorn & drink, or equivalent)

Thank you for being a part of the movement to inspire hope and save lives!

This event is provided by the Mental Health Association in Cleveland County and the Cleveland Adult Partnership.  

The Mental Health Association in Cleveland County is a 501c3 nonprofit focused on promoting mental health through education, advocacy, and support for individuals and families in Cleveland County. 

The Cleveland Adult Partnership is a collaborative community group that meets the fourth Friday of each month to network, share resources, and discuss opportunities to improve mental health and substance use disorder services in Cleveland County.  This group is open all interested community members.