we look forward to seeing you at the Champions of Mental Health awards dinner on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at the california state university, sacramento university union ballroom


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general admission tickets

Please visit our Eventbrite page for General Admission tickets.

 

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reserve your sponsorship

Please see our 2019 Sponsor Information Packet for details on how you can support our event and mission to serve the community with mental health outreach, education, and awareness. 

Please join us!

On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, Mental Health California™ will present an elegant evening of recognition of achievements in mental health and wellness among industry leadership. Award recipients will have demonstrated success in helping to resolve complex community mental health concerns through advocacy, research, public policy, outreach, clinical work, administration, innovation, or direct services. An hour-long dinner social will precede the awards ceremony.

Come and enjoy real stories of hope and resilience, plus great food and dessert, guest speakers, complimentary wine by Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi, exceptional networking, and excellent entertainment throughout. We thank you for your consideration of supporting our charity awards dinner. Proceeds from the event will support our training, education, and community outreach programs.


Entertainment

Guests will be thrilled by outstanding performers including Mr. Jason Brock - a personality of music, television, film, and theater as seen in homes throughout the world as a finalist on the hit television show, The X-Factor. Jason has been referred to as a “Spectacular musician and showman!” by Donna Sachet of the Bay Area Reporter, and told “Your voice is a song’s best friend.” by music industry veteran L.A. Reid, and “Magnificento! You made me a fan.” by star entertainer Britney Spears. Jason will perform with the exceptional Harley White, Jr. Orchestra, and his pianist, Dianthe “Dee” Spencer, Professor and Chair of Music in the School of Music at San Francisco State University, where she founded the jazz studies undergraduate degree program in 1990.

Honorees and guest speakers will soon be announced