Trilogy’s Annual Spring Gala Raises Awareness for Mental Illness Recovery

Trilogy's Annual Spring Gala Raises Awareness for Mental Illness Recovery
Trilogy's Annual Spring Gala Raises Awareness for Mental Illness Recovery
Trilogy's Annual Spring Gala Raises Awareness for Mental Illness Recovery
Trilogy’s Annual Spring Gala Raises Awareness for Mental Illness Recovery

Trilogy Inc’s 2018 Spring Into Recovery Gala will take place on Thursday, May 17th at The Montgomery Club in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. The annual Gala is an empowering celebration to raise funds, raise awareness, and reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

This very special evening will include a cocktail reception, silent auction, seated dinner, live entertainment, and annual partner award presentation to two honorees: This year’s Partner in Recovery award winner is Patrick Corrigan, Psy.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the Illinois Institute of Technology. The Legislative Partner in Recovery, which recognizes leaders in public office who actively support Trilogy’s mission, is awarded to US Congressman Danny K. Davis, Representative of the 7th District of Illinois.

For more details and ticket information, visit http://www.trilogyinc.org/sirg-2018 or contact Trilogy at (773) 564-4726 or development@trilogyinc.org.

WHAT:            “Spring Into Recovery Gala”

WHERE:         The Montgomery Club, 500 W. Superior St., Chicago, IL 60654

WHEN:            5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, 2018

WHY:              The poignant and inspiring annual gala raises awareness and operating funds for Trilogy’s programs, initiatives and mission.

WHO:   Trilogy, Inc. is a private not-for-profit behavioral healthcare organization serving people with serious mental illness in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs since 1971. Trilogy’s mission is to support people in recovery from mental illness by helping them discover and reclaim their capabilities, life direction and well-being. Central to Trilogy’s philosophy is a belief in the possibility of long-term recovery from mental illness and mental illness with co-occurring substance use issues – operating under the assumption that people can and do make good choices for themselves when offered accurate information, a wide array of recovery options, acceptance, and support. Services are designed to maximize individuals’ independence, self-sufficiency, and quality of life, by helping people identify their own strengths, talents and interests and to develop their own wellness recovery plans.