Comfort Zone: A place for good vibes and important conversation. Musical performances by Emma Jayne & Bailen with dinner by Chef Chris Laveccia. Dedicated to Chris Sener.

Thank you for joining us for The Comfort Zone. Help us continue the conversation and spread the word about mental health and suicide prevention beyond this special evening.

Resources

If you or someone you know is in need of support, don't wait to get help.

Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Vibrant Emotional Health - How To Talk About Mental Healt
CDC - Preventing Suicide
JED Foundation - Help A Friend In Need
American Association of Suicidology - Resources for Suicide Loss Survivors Tool Kit
The Trevor Project - National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health 2019
The Trevor Project - Public Policy & Advocacy
Calming the Breath meditation exercise guide
Beyond Surviving: Suggestions for Survivors by Iris M. Bolton

Articles

Comfort Food

Mental wellness is directly connected to what we put in our bodies. Here are some mood boosting foods that are quick and easy to make!

Thank you to GT's Living Foods and Flow Hydration for supporting The Comfort Zone.

GT's Living Foods logo
Flow alkaline spring water logo

Scattering CJ

Learn more about the documentary that inspired The Comfort Zone

We're providing these resources to help inspire ongoing learning around mental health and the experience of suicide loss. It's time we break down the stigma and start having an essential conversation about prevention. The Comfort Zone is just one of the many initiatives that Spark Media is organizing to share a message of hope, connection and resilience and to help raise awareness about mental illness and suicide prevention.

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