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Save the date for CIC’s 8th annual Circle of Support Walk: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Registration details to come!
Join us for the world premier screening of Kevin Hines’ and Baton Rouge native Greg Dicharry’s inspirational documentary, Suicide, the Ripple Effect. Kevin Hines, who attempted to take his own life by jumping off of the Golden Gate Bridge and survived, shares his story in an effort to spread awareness and inspire hope.
The film will be released worldwide on March 13 by Gathr Films Theatrical on Demand, but Baton Rouge is getting an exclusive first viewing at AMC Theatres at the Mall of Louisiana on Friday, February 23 from 6-9 p.m. The screening will be followed with a discussion led by Kevin himself, along with other suicide prevention experts, on how to enhance suicide prevention efforts in Baton Rouge.
Greg Dicharry- SmileStyle Entertainment, Co-Director and Co-producer of the film; Greg is a person in recovery who has led a national youth program for over 10 years.
Dr. Raymond Tucker- Board of Directors, American Association of Suicidology (AAS) Professor, Clinical Psychology Louisiana State University
Tonja Myles- Set Free, US Veteran, Radio Host, Ordained Minister and Suicide Attempt Survivor
Emma Benoit- Life Rejuvenated, High School Student, Suicide Attempt Survivor
The event is supported by: Baton Rouge Parents Magazine, Louisiana Film Society, Gordon Mckernan Injury Attorneys, Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center, LSU, East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner’s Office, Louisiana Department of Veteran Affairs, NAMI Baton Rouge, NAMI St. Tammany, and more.
A portion of the proceeds for this event will go to support suicide prevention efforts here at the Baton Rouge Crisis Center. To purchase tickets, CLICK HERE.
To learn about how to obtain complimentary tickets for students or non profit organizations, or to become an event sponsor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org