2014 May eNewsletter

Anne Lamott at MarinScapes 2014 - TAY graduate reaches out to homeless youth - NAMI Walk - Bottlerock Napa - Mountain Play and MarinScapes team up   Is this email not displaying correctly?
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Buckelew Programs E-Newsletter

May 2014

  …homes, jobs, 
health and hope
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MarinScapes 2014Photo by E. Loren Soderberg

Join us for MarinScapes 2014 - We're back at Escalle!


Best-selling local author Anne Lamott will give a talk on life, writing and recovery at this year's MarinScapes fine art exhibit and sale on Saturday, June 28, from 12:30pm to 1pm. MarinScapes 2014 features works of 30 of Marin's finest landscape artists and photographers - including E. Loren Soderberg who took this beautiful shot of the historic Escalle Winery. We're excited to be returning to Escalle this summer! 

May is Mental Health Month!

Get your Groove on for Mental Health!

Thinking about checking out this year's Bottlerock Music Festival in Napa, May 30 - June 1? When you buy your tickets online, enter our promo code BPNAPA to get a discount - and support Buckelew's housing and employment services in Napa County!

NAMI Walk to End Stigma

Join our friends at NAMI (National Alliance On Mental Illness) for the 10th anniversary of this amazing annual community event to raise awareness about living with mental illness.  The 10th annual Bay Area NAMI Walk will take place on Saturday, May 31, at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.

TAY Graduate Helps Homeless Youth

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Narayan, a recent graduate from our TAY PATH Program in Marin, is now reaching out to homeless youth.

As a youth faced with many challenges, Narayan fled his family home due to intolerable circumstances, including abuse. When he was homeless on the streets of San Rafael, he found help from TAY PATH. During his year at the TAY Training House, he learned the skills he needed to become independent.

Now Narayan is the Outreach Coordinator with Ambassadors for Hope and Opportunity, a local program that helps homeless youth. Part of his job is linking youth who face mental health issues with our TAY PATH Program.

"The support I've received at TAY has literally saved my life, and the relationships I've formed have forever changed it", says Narayan.

Narayan, now 26, is one of many transition age youth who have changed their lives for the better with the support of Buckelew's TAY PATH Program.


MarinScapes Partners with Mountain Play

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Two of Marin's finest cultural traditions are teaming up this year: MarinScapes will be promoted at the closing performance of the Mountain Play's "South Pacific" on Sunday, June 15. We'll have a booth with an opportunity for folks to win four tickets to the weekend art show - if you're there, be sure to stop by and say hello.

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