Gifts of Hope Fundraising Breakfast
Mental Health Center of Denver

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
7:30 - 9:00 AM
Check-in begins at 7:15 am
Breakfast is 7:45 - 9 am

Free parking is provided on site

Infinity Park Event Center

4400 E. Kentucky Ave
Glendale, CO, 80246

Click here for parking information

Join us for a free fundraising breakfast to build connections and learn about the innovative work of the Mental Health Center of Denver.

The Gifts of Hope Fundraising Breakfast inspires attendees to join us in re-imagining mental health and well-being in Denver. We know that enriching lives and minds means finding creative solutions for a changing world and building communities in which everyone can thrive. Join us at Gifts of Hope 2018 to find out how we have developed innovative ways of enriching lives and minds and how you can be a part of our work and mission of re-imagining well-being in Denver.

Mental Health First Aid Training
Military and Veterans Module

Thursday, October 25, 2018
8 AM - 4:30 PM

Bison Ridge Recreation Center
13905 E 112th Ave,
Commerce City, CO 80022

This training will teach you how to:

  • Identify specific risk factors faced by many service members and their families such as trauma - both mental and physical - stress, and separation.

  • Apply the 5-step Mental Health First Aid plan specifically for veterans, service members and their families

  • Locate mental health resources available in Colorado for veterans, services members and their families

This training is free, but registration is required. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.


12th Annual State of the State Luncheon

December 13, 2018

Denver Marriot Tech Center
4900 S Syracuse St, Denver, CO 80237

Keynote Speaker Molly Bloom

  • Author of the book-turned-Oscar-nominated film, Molly's Game, Molly Bloom will join us as keynote speaker. Molly's journey with mental health is complex. She went from Olympic athlete to student to accidental entrepreneur, running one of the most exclusive, high-stakes underground poker games in the world and earning as much as $4 million per year. She has battled addiction, anxiety, and depression, and she has made tough choices under circumstances few can imagine. Never the victim, she is an empowered example in accountability and, ultimately, integrity.