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Strength for Today, Hope for Tomorrow

When you find the strength to get through today, you also find hope to get through tomorrow. Bipolar Disorder (BD) is a chronic condition that affects around 1% of the population. Although there is still an immense stigma around mental illness, especially BD, it’s important to understand how serious this condition can be. Those suffering with it need strength from others so they can find the strength within themselves.   

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Learn how 3 Friends of Eli’s Place had fun with purpose in 2019

Spinning, Sipping and Singing Raised Over $50,000 for Eli’s Place

Our community of Eli’s Place supporters continues to grow, made up of passionate people who care about bringing hope for a healthy future to young adults with serious mental illness. It is with deep gratitude that we share three unique and successful fundraisers that individual supporters championed on behalf of Eli’s Place. If you feel moved as much as we do, and are interested in doing your own fundraising event, we have lots of ideas and we’re here to help!

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Fundraising for Eli’s Place. It’s easier than you think!

Interested in supporting Eli’s Place in a bigger way?  Join a growing number of supporters who have raised awareness and funds for Eli’s Place, and had fun doing it! Wondering if you’re up to the challenge?  It’s easier than you think. Get your creative juices flowing with the helpful ideas below. Then, get in touch.  Our Eli’s Place volunteer team is ready to help.

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Share your thoughts & ideas. Join our Peer Advisory Council!

Ready to make an impact? Join our Peer Advisory Council!

Meet Carol Cowan-Levine: Mental Health Professional and Eli’s Place Board Chair

Introduce yourself 

I am a  Registered Social Worker and Registered Psychotherapist (RP) currently in private practise. Throughout my professional career and in my volunteer work I’ve been invested in promoting excellence in healthcare with a focus on improving the health and well being of people whose voices and needs have not always been heard, understood or supported.

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