Severe Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) plagues 97,000 Utahns annually. The battles and struggles caused by mental illness are real, and its influence upon our community is felt by many. ‘LABELED’ will showcase thought-provoking films that explore mental health issues from numerous perspectives. It’s designed to bring together a community of health providers, government agencies, educators, policy makers, caregivers, and individuals who want to better understand and support those with mental illness.
LABELED is a film festival tackling the stigma of mental illness. Films show the humanity of those living with Severe Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). The Alliance House is presenting LABELED Film Festival that takes place March 23-26 at the Broadway Theater in Salt Lake City. Visit www.labeledfilmfestival.org. Tickets are only $20 per screening. You can purchase them here.
For over 30 years, Alliance House has served adults living with a Severe or Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). They are part of Clubhouse International that champions psycho-social programs for those living with SPMI. Alliance House members have the unique opportunity to connect into a supportive and collaborative community to rebuild their confidence and have purpose. Learn more about Alliance House at www.alliancehouse.org.