THE HOPE YOU SHOULD KNOW
Mental Illness Awareness Week October 5-10, 2020

A Virtual Rally For Recovery – Join Us in the Art of Hope

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"Hope Rocks!" Art Gallery

Hope Rock

7:00 PM Premiere (Self-guided links available below after 8:00 PM)

RALLY FOR RECOVERY

  1. Celebrate NAMI MIAW Honorees
  2. Interfaith Candle Lighting, featuring stakeholders
  3. Hope Rocks! Participatory Art Project.

A full video of this event can be seen on our YouTube Channel. You can also scroll through every element and video on the page below.

Description:

This day honored individuals who have made outstanding contributions in the mental health community, including the premiere of videos highlighting local accomplishments. The day also will feature a pre-recorded candle lighting service involving local faith and community leaders demonstrating NAMI-Yolo’s tradition of resilience, wisdom, and support.

Yolo County participated in sharing hope in our community and inspiring others by creating an art piece, a rock painted with hope. We thank Davis Art Center for helping to coordinate distribution of art supplies and instructions. If you create a hope rock after our event, you can still take a photo and email it to hoperocks@namiyolo.org

Below are our Hope Rocks Art Gallery, Candle Lighting photos, and videos of all of the presentations!

Yolo County participated in sharing hope in our community and inspiring others by creating an art piece, a rock painted with hope. We thank Davis Art Center for helping to coordinate distribution of art supplies and instructions. If you create a hope rock after our event, you can still take a photo and email it to hoperocks@namiyolo.org. We’ll add it to the gallery below!