Invitation to December 2020 Events

Remember to join these upcoming December community events!

December 1, 3, 5: Community Access NYC Mental Health Film Festival

The NYC Mental Health Film Festival is the oldest and largest mental health film festival in the United States. Join virtually for an amazing line-up of films for free, with special guests and discussions. Established in 2005, MHFF has screened more than 100 films, attracted over 6,000 audience members, and served as a positive voice for people with mental health concerns.

Register online here


December 1 at 5:30pm: HOPE Center Harlem: Giving HOPE Fundraising Event

The HOPE Center is the manifestation of Pastor Walrond’s dream to create a space where people can receive high quality mental health services. The center seeks to minimize the stigma around communities of color when seeking mental health services and has licensed clinicians who utilize evidence-based therapeutic practices to support a variety of daily living challenges including depression, trauma, sexual abuse and bereavement. Join the 1st Annual Giving HOPE event to hear about the Center’s accomplishments of 2020 and goals for 2021. Live stream available on Facebook!


December 7th at 4:30pm:  Adversity, Resilience and Protective Processes in Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Examples from Sierra Leone and Rwanda

This event is open to the Public. Registration in advance is required in order to receive Zoom link.

For additional events, please visit our regularly updated Calendar on our website