The Chicago School of Professional Psychology will present its 2nd annual Mental Health Heroes Awards Luncheon and fundraiser on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at The Olympic Collection in West Los Angeles, 11301 West Olympic Boulevard, to recognize those who have improved treatment, raised public awareness, and reduced the stigma of mental illness, substance use disorder and suicide.
As a non-profit institution, The Chicago School will dedicate all proceeds of the luncheon to our Counseling Centers in Los Angeles and Irvine, California. The event sustains The Chicago School’s longstanding tradition of providing affordable mental health care to community members. The Centers offer, on a sliding scale, therapy for individuals, couples, families and groups; psychological testing; domestic violence treatment; and educational seminars.
Celebrate Our Honorees
We are proud to honor five distinguished individuals who have improved treatment, raised public awareness, and reduced the stigma of mental illness. Our honorees are Kim A. Bunnell, a trailblazer in healthcare whose business acumen has reshaped Southern California’s National Alliance on Mental Illness; Dr. William A. Covino and Dr. Debbie Covino, President and First Lady, California State University, Los Angeles, who launched the Mind Matters Initiative for student health and academic success; Dr. Peyman Raoofi, an expert in children’s developmental disorders who has advocated for children globally; and NBA world champion and coach Metta World Peace, who has been open out his challenges and encouraged others to speak out.. Click here for a list of the honorees and their full biographies.
The reception will begin at 11:30 am, followed by lunch and the awards presentations from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. It will feature Dr. Michele Nealon, President of The Chicago School.
Support the Event
Please join us! You can support the event and The Chicago School by purchasing tickets, becoming a sponsor, making a donation, or providing gifts to be used for the prize drawing. For more information about providing gifts for the prize drawing at the event, please contact: [email protected].
If you can’t attend, or would like to make a donation to the event in addition to sponsorship, a special donation can be made here. As a non-profit institution, The Chicago School will dedicate luncheon proceeds to our Counseling Centers in Los Angeles and Irvine, California.