Anxious Voices: Breaking the Silence

Saturday, January 26

1 p.m. - The S Word is a short film about a suicide attempt survivor is on a mission to find other survivors and document their stories of unguarded courage, insight and humor. She discovers a national community rising to transform personal struggles into action. Directed by Lisa Klein. This is a 60 minute version of the original film and is being presented free to the public. Please visit for more info.

2:30 p.m. - The Anxiety Project (a new musical) Tickets are $10.

5 p.m. - Panel Discussion: Coping with Anxiety and Depression (also free to the public). Whether you are struggling yourself or love someone who is, this day is for building community and giving a voice to a growing epidemic. Break the silence and have your voice heard. You are not alone. 

Participants in Panel Discussion:

Wanda Wright:
Executive Director of Get Connected.
She was appointed by Governor Ducey to head up a military connection for vets who are depressed and in need of a 24 hr hotline.
She was formerly at the Air Force academy.

Stephanie Cahill:
Volunteer president of Active Minds at ASU

More to be announced.