NAMI Mid-Carolina, a local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is pleased to announce “The Message” in celebration of Minority Mental Health Month.
“The Message” is a collaborative event between Love, Peace & Hip-Hop and NAMI Mid-Carolina; being held to increase awareness of mental health issues among those typically underserved in the Midlands of South Carolina. Please join us for an evening of music with a message. A community wide event, free for all, refreshments provided! Co-sponsored by the City of Columbia & Three Rivers Behavioral Health.
DJ Kingpin VOV “Spinning Live”
July 25, 2014, 7-10pm
Earlewood Park Community Center, 1111 Parkside Drive, Columbia, SC 29201
About NAMI-Mid-Carolina: NAMI Mid-Carolina is a grassroots organization whose mission is to improve the treatment and quality of life for people who live with mental illnesses, their families, and the community through education, support and advocacy. For more information about their services and programs, please contact 803-206-2916 or visit the website at www.namimidcarolina.org
About Love, Peace and Hip Hop: Hip-hop has been the voice of youth since the early 1970’s, but it has grown with its audience that is now reaching well into their fifties. It has always been the litmus test of society and Columbia Hip-Hop Family Day is rooted in bringing awareness to the important areas that affect the purveyors of this culture: healthcare, domestic violence, education, youth, arts, employment and economic development. By partnering with non-profit organizations such as NAMI Mid-Carolina, Love, Peace and Hip Hop highlights the best qualities this culture offers. Change is good. nshhlsc.com/love-hip-hop/
NAMI Mid-Carolina • 1823 Gadsden Street • Columbia, SC • 29201 • http://www.namidcarolina.org • 803-206-2916