On March 16, 2017, Children’s Health Council (CHC)’s 4th Annual Breakfast showcased CHC partners who are successfully making strides to combat teen anxiety, depression and suicide. Over 300 parents, professionals and community members attended the event which was held at the Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club in Menlo Park. The program was moderated by Ramsey Khasho, PsyD, who is the Director of The Center at CHC. The speaking panel featured three of CHC’s many partners: Nancy Lublin who is the Founder & CEO of Crisis Text Line; Jayne Appel who is a current NBA star and Bring Change 2 Mind Ambassador; and Dr. James B. Everitt, the Director at Office of Mission Initiatives & Institutional Planning at Sacred Heart Schools in Atherton. Each shared their personal motives for raising awareness about teen anxiety, depression and suicide, and touted the critical role partnerships play in building solutions. The Breakfast was hosted by Co-Chairs Catherine Harvey and Perri Guthrie. Event sponsors included Stanford Children’s Health/ Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Taube Philanthropies and Wilkes Bashford. The CHC Breakfast raised awareness and critical dollars for CHC’s continued efforts. To learn more about CHC please visit their website.
Photography by Drew Altizer Photography