June 17, 2019 – At the Table Colorado’s What’s on Your Mind? public discussions, continue to shine light on one of society’s last taboos with our Destigmatizing Conversations around Mental Health series. Best quote from the June 17th, Mental Health: Fact or Fiction conversation, was “the biggest piece of misinformation out there is that mental illness doesn’t happen to happy people.
Next WOYM discussion July 15th: details here.
May 20, 2019 – At the Table Colorado’s first What’s on Your Mind?
public conversation at Coffee at the Point, in Denver. Four hardy souls braved the unseasonable weather to participate in a poignant discussion on Destigmatizing Conversation on Mental Health
. Next WOYM discussion June 17th; same time, same place.
April 29, 2019 – Community First Foundation Hosted their second Table of 2019, with their Innovators Society 1.0 and 2.0. The group met at CFF’s Nonprofit Meeting Space, in Arvada, CO.
“Having conversations focused on mental health and wellness are a great tool for changing perceptions and reducing stigma in our communities. At the Table Colorado provided an opportunity for us to check in with our Innovators on how they are accelerating solutions to mental health.” – Raymael Blackwell, Program Associate
, Community First Foundation
April 22, 2019 – Mental Health Center of Denver, Dahlia Campus for Health and Well Being, kicked off the first in a series of public conversations that will take place at the Mo” Betta Greens Farmers Marketplace throughout the gardening season.
January 16, 2019 – At the Table Colorado’s first Table conversation of the year, at Dahlia Campus; Hosted by Jeannie Ritter with the Mental Health Center of Denver and Raymael Blackwell with Community First Foundation. Also in attendance, members of Community First Foundation’s Innovators Society.
September 19, 2018 – Denver’s first At the Table Colorado conversation, Should Our Cities Grow Only Native Plants?
Hosted by Panayoti Kelaidis and Jan Fahs
September 2017 – At the Table Colorado hosted a Happy Hour reception, at the Art Hotel Denver, to honor Cheryl Hughes, Senior Director of Civic Engagement with the Chicago Community Trust, while she was in town to present Come to the Table, at the Biennial of Americas
Rebecca Arno, Director with the Barton Institute of Philanthropy and Morris Price, Executive Director, City Year, Denver, discuss the success of Table with Cheryl Hughes
Bob Nelson – Volunteer extraordinaire enjoys the buffet
Cheryl Hughes and Ginger White Brunetti, Deputy Director at Denver Arts & Venues, enjoy a quiet chat during the ATTC Happy Hour reception, at the Art Hotel Denver