CHOW is up to SO MUCH and we would love for you to be involved. Peep our rad community initiatives below, and join us this Fall!
CRF & CHOW QPR Training
The QPR mission is to reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. The signs of crisis are all around us. We believe that quality education empowers all people, regardless of their background, to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know.
Join us IN PERSON on October 18th and ONLINE on October 24th (https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/92349462772)
This training is FREE and an excellent training opportunity for ANYONE!
Sobriety is Variety Talk
Join us by visiting https://www.exploretock.com/russellssmokehouse/event/359318/sobriety-is-variety
Stand Up for Mental Health Concert
Are you going to rock out with us on September 8th to support a good cause?
CHOW has partnered with Levitt Pavilion on Thursday, September 8th to provide a VIP experience at the Rebirth Brass Band concert!
At the concert our VIP experience will include:
👀 Front row viewing and early access to the venue
🧺 Individually crafted provisions for a charcuterie and cheese picnic
🥂 Two (2) drink tickets
🍹 Creative craft mocktail from a Denver mixologist
💺 A variety of seating options
🌭 Fancy dogs from Urban Hotdog Collective, including veggie options
Proceeds from the ticket sales will go towards CHOW’s work which provides mental health resources and support to the hospitality industry.
You can grab your tickets here.
Love Alive August 31st Event
On August 31st, 2022, the Colorado Springs community will join other communities all over the world as we come together to remember those who have lost their lives to overdose. Hosted every year, International Overdose Awareness Day seeks not only to acknowledge those who have died, but to honor and remember them with dignity and respect. This event will include a Narcan training, words of encouragement and remembrance, and an opportunity to connect with community resources.
Join us at 6pm on the steps of city hall as we hear from survivors of overdose, those who have lost a loved one, and individuals who are working in harm reduction and overdose prevention who all have the common goal of creating change.
In an effort to remember the names, faces, and lives of those lost to overdose, we are asking our community to bring a photo of the loved one they have lost to be displayed at the event. If you have a photo you would like to be included but can’t be at the event or don’t have a physical copy, please upload it to this form and we will print it for you at no cost.
CHOW will be joining this impactful community event and we’d love to see you there!