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

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

Back to School Blues: Taking Care of Your Mental Health on Campus

“Are you ready? Do you have everything you need – toothbrush, Tylenol, chargers – a pillow?” These are the last minute questions we’re asked when we set off for university or college, yet we’re rarely prepped with a mental health tool kit before leaving home for the first time.

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Returning To Work After Mental Illness

Returning to work after a prolonged absence is difficult for anyone but considerably more challenging for younger adults who have had a shorter time as an employee.  This is particularly the case for the young adult who is struggling to regulate a mental illness and get back to their workplace. With an eye to the big picture, this process can be successful for both the employee and the employer.

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Pumpkin Spice And Everything Nice?

In the media, fall is a time for wearing sweaters, baking pies, and cozying up by a fire. It’s a time of falling leaves, turkey and pumpkin spice everything. But this vision of fall doesn’t ring true for those of us who experience SAD.

What is SAD?

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