Chicago a cappella partners with mental health and social service organizations to inspire community

Jan 30, 2013

In the wake of recent tragedies such as Sandy Hook, and at a time when the need for positive action is so great, Chicago a cappella will use its upcoming concert performances of Spirit/Breath/Voice as a way to inspire community service to mental health and social service organizations. At each performance, Chicago a cappella will welcome an organization from the community to share the concert and use it as a platform for audiences to learn about the organization and its volunteer opportunities.Partner organizations will offer inspiration to audiences beyond the music, offering opportunities for community service and allowing audiences to reflect on what is truly important in their lives.

We invite you to learn more about each organization:

Chicago: National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago, providing information and referrals, education, support, and advocacy to those whose lives are affected by serious mental illness

Oak Park: Thresholds, Illinois’ largest and oldest provider of mental health services for those with a severe mental illness

Evanston: Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center, an innovative and award-winning outpatient mental health center providing care and relief to residents throughout metropolitan Chicago

Naperville: 360 Youth Services, providing life-changing services to youth through prevention education, counseling and shelter.

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