On Tuesday, October 27, 2020, Trinitas Health Foundation and Trinitas Regional Medical Center hosted its 3rd Annual “Peace of Mind” Event. While our guests were not able to gather in person this year, all guests gathered virtually on Zoom for an informative discussion on easing the behavioral health stigma. Special guests included Mental Health Advocate, Zak Williams (son of actor and comedian Robin Williams) and Award Winning Journalist Jack Ford. Thanks to Amerigroup, An Anthem Company, our Philanthropist Sponsor, our many guests, sponsors and supporters, in total we netted over $245,000!
Over 120 guests enjoyed a private virtual discussion with Zak Williams and Jack Ford as he discussed his roles as a mental health advocate and business entrepreneur and opened up about his father, Robin Williams, and his struggles with mental health, the impact he left in this world and how greatly he is missed by his family and many, many others.
Thank you to everyone who attended and/or supported the event. We hope we can all gather in person next year!
Click HERE to view the event program, including our generous sponsors, ticket holders and contributors.
If you would like to support our campaign please click HERE and select “Trinitas Behavioral Health Programs” to make a donation. For questions or more information on our Peace of Mind Campaign, please contact Nadine Brechner at the Foundation at 908-994-8249 or email@example.com
2020 Peace of Mind Philanthropy Sponsor
Trinitas’ Behavioral Health Facilities
Trinitas operates one of the most comprehensive departments of Behavioral Health & Psychiatry in New Jersey. Services are offered along a full continuum of care, with specialized services available for adults, children, adolescents and their families, as well as services for those with various substance use disorders. In addition to operating a 98-bed inpatient facility, the medical center provides almost 200,000 outpatient behavioral health visits annually.
There are long waiting lists for admittance into two of our unique programs serving patients from all over our State. Our Teen Specialty Unit treats children ages 13-18 that experienced severe trauma and our Adult Dually Diagnosed Unit treats patients who are both developmen-tally delayed and mentally ill. YOUR support is urgently needed to expand our facilities to help additional patients.
Actor and son of Robin Williams
1. Click on the Peace of Mind graphic above to make a donation today using a secure form from our trusted source!
2. Call Nadine Brechner at 908-994-8249.
3. Click here to email us if you have any questions or need any additional information.
Our First Peace of Mind Event
Pictured above (l-r): Nadine Brechner, Chief Development Officer & VP; Marlyse Benson, Senior Director of Behavioral Health and Psychiatry; James McCreath, PhD, VP Behavioral Health & Psychiatry; Patrick J. Kennedy; Sister Rosemary Moynihan, Chair of both Trinitas Health and Trinitas Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees; Jack Ford; and Gary S. Horan, CEO & President.