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Song and Stories Sunday 2
As I look outside of my apartment window, I wonder how it feels outside. It looks cloudy and wet. The trees are bare; the spring leaves haven’t began to say “hi”. And there are not many people walking about. Surely, everyone has the same idea to stay inside today, but I can’t help but feel a ping of loneliness looking out onto the streets. I wish the sun was out. I need my vitamin D. Continues here
Song and Stories Sunday 3
To marinate is not just a description of how to make meat tender or taste good. According to Urban Dictionary, marinate means “letting something soak in, leave time for reflection”. In regards to music, marinate implies listening to a series of songs or a song that reflections your current mood. Is there a series of songs that you listen to when you’re happy, sad, and anywhere in between? Stephanie at Hope For The Day will share her marination go to songs. Continues here
The fifth annual pop-up art show to support our proactive suicide prevention programs. Admission is free! RSVP NOW
Hope For The Day will be hosting the Chicago Mental Health Fair on May 5th at the Thompson Center in the heart of downtown Chicago.
This is a mental health conference and acoustic show that is free and open to the public. There will be a variety of speakers on topics such as anxiety, addiction, depression, self-harm, suicide, and more. Come on out and learn with us!
Come out April 29th to the Cobra Lounge for the CD release concert for the Midwest metal band, Heartsick! Guest performances by Under Fire, Out Drejas, Gravesend, and Remada will rock the night!
Hope For The Day’s second annual Humboldt Mile, presented by Dark Matter Coffee and 3RUN2 Running Club, is a USATF certified, chip-timed one mile race that will take place on May 20, 2017 in Humboldt Park. REGISTER NOW
What Gives You Hope Snapchat Series
On March 15th, HFTD launched the What Gives You Hope (WGYH) series on Snapchat! Each Wednesday partners in the mission to end the stigma of mental health will take over HFTD's Snapchat to share what gives them hope.
Follow us on Snapchat at Hope For The Day!
Take a peak at HFTD's partners in spreading the message of hope and ending the stigma of mental illness. Special shout out to The Maine for stopping by the Hope For The Day office in Chicago for a pop-up record shop release of their new album Lovely Little Lonely.