Songs in Support of Mental Health Awareness

Rock In Support of Mental Health

 

Mental health is an important topic in today’s society. Local Fredericton area musicians have banded together to offer financial support / awareness of mental health with Songs in Support of Mental Health Awareness at The Capital Complex on Thursday, December 7th at 9:30 PM – 12:00 AM. The Fredericton Metal scene is hosting the event. The bands are generously donating their time, so all proceeds are going to The Canadian Mental Health Association. Everyone’s lives have been touched by mental illness somehow, whether it is a family member, a coworker, a friend or themselves. The bands want to see you out to show support.

The doors open at 9:30 PM, with the rocking show starting at 10:00 PM. There is a $7.00 cover charge. The event is proudly sponsored by A Gray Perspective and CHSR FM Official.

Event Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/389653898156467

Band Lineup

 

The Green Lung Grinders
https://greenlunggrinders.bandcamp.com/

 

The Mind Unleashed
https://www.facebook.com/The-Mind-Unleashed-2017-131196180833099/

 

Sea of Signals
https://www.facebook.com/seaofsignals/

About The CMHA

 

The Canadian Mental Health Association, a nation-wide, voluntary organization, promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.

VISION

Mentally healthy people in a healthy society.

VALUES

The work of CMHA of New Brunswick is guided by the following Values:

  • Self-Determination

They guide individuals’ involvement in decisions that affect their lives.

  • Social Justice

They are committed to removing barriers and discrimination that impact quality of life, and guide equitable access to resources, so that people can fully participate in society.

  • Integrity

They value honesty and ethical behaviour.

  • Treat Others As You Wish To Be Treated

They encourage individuals to be mindful and respectful in the way they interact with themselves, and with others.

Find out more at: http://cmhanb.ca

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