Stories of Hope October Newsletter

Some say laughter is the best medicine. I say, "Bring it on, and make it habit forming!"

For a number of years, TLCS held a Comedy Night fundraiser. It gave us the opportunity to not only laugh and raise badly needed funds, but also to highlight the work we do in the community and to recognize some of the people who help make it possible.

After a long absence, we're delighted to bring back the laughter, with our "Stand Up Sacramento" Comedy Showcase. As described later in this newsletter, it will be held on Tuesday, December 3rd at The Crest Theater in downtown Sacramento. It will feature seven terrific local comics and a chance to learn more about TLCS. Oh, yes, and some great medicine!

Michael Lazar, Executive Director

Stories of Hope September Newsletter

We've had great feedback from last month's premiere edition of our TLCS newsletter. Thanks for reading and supporting TLCS!

We recently received word that TLCS is being awarded a $1 million grant to establish a Crisis Respite Center that will serve adults in Sacramento County experiencing a mental health crisis. The Center, which should be fully operational in November, will offer up to 23 hours of de-escalation, support, counseling and referral to appropriate services. It will be staffed 24/7 and is designed to provide services in a warm and supportive community-based setting.



TLCS Presents: "Stand Up Sacramento" Comedy Showcase "Giving Tuesday" December 3, 2013 at The Crest Theater 1013 K Street For Sponsorship or ticket information: please call Erin Johansen (916) 441-0123 x 115 or email: General Admission: $20 VIP:$100 (includes food, beverages and silent auction.) VIP reception begins at 5:30 Doors Open at 7:00pm. Comedy Showcase begins at 7:30.Click Here For Tickets

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TLCS Stories of Hope AUGUST Newsletter- 2013

Welcome to our first monthly e-newsletter! It's part of bringing TLCS into the digital age and sharing some of the remarkable work we do and some of the inspirational people we work with. TLCS has been helping and housing people with severe and persistent psychiatric disabilities for 32 years, but we're not very well known outside of the mental health community. The goal of these newsletters is to spread the word about TLCS and demonstrate the critical role we play in the quality of life for thousands of people in the Sacramento region. And, just maybe, you'll want to know more, you'll check out our website, and you'll become a donor to help us continue to provide these services. Thank you, and happy scrolling! Michael Lazar, Executive Director