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Metro Crisis Services Hope Matinee 2014

Metro Crisis Services Hope Matinee 2014
Metro Crisis Services Hope Matinee 2014
Metro Crisis Services

On Thursday, April 17, 2014, Mile High Station will be hosting Metro Crisis Services (MCS) Hope Matinee fundraiser and awareness luncheon with a theatrical twist.

The 2014 Hope Matinee is a luncheon you will not want to miss. MCS has wrapped real examples of crisis calls into a theatrical performance to show the attendees what it is like to receive a call, how their staff is trained to react and how the caller may react. Unless you have experienced a call from a person in crisis seeking help it is hard to picture by most individuals.

It is hard to give samples of real incidents and to allow the public to experience a real live call due to confidentiality laws. MCS has taken real incidents and will act them out giving as real of an experience as possible. The organization is hoping to take this opportunity to make their work “real” without jeopardizing the confidentiality of the callers. This confidentiality is what keeps them so successful.

Event Details

The event will be held at the Mile High Station which is located at 2027 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80204, (720) 946-7721. For directions click here.

11:00 – Check-in and Networking

11:30- Lunch will be served

12:00 The Theatrical Performance and Program will begin


Tickets for the luncheon are $75.00 for a single ticket, blocks of 10 tickets are $700.00 and if you plan on purchasing more than 20 tickets please call MCS at 303-928-7115.

Tickets are available by clicking here or visiting:

For more information or to be a sponsor please contact Monica Colbert by clicking here or phone 303-928-7115.

About Metro Crisis Services

We are Colorado's 24/7 and free resource for any mental health and substance abuse issue. We are the Metro Crisis Line (1-888-885-1222) and a free Program Services Directory. We are experienced and knowledgeable; offering support, consultation and assistance to anyone in the community who may need it - individuals, families, friends, treatment providers, law enforcement and first responders. We are Coloradans, your neighbors, and your support system.

For more information on Metro Crisis Services click here or visit:

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