The inaugural Walls of Hope Donor Brunch was held this past Sunday at Nashua Country Club. The Walls of Hope initiative is a component of SNHH’s Give Hope philanthropy campaign to raise funds supporting Behavioral Health Services.
Since November, more than 30 local artists have generously donated their time and talent to create 30” X 48” paintings which can be viewed here. The art is intended to inspire feelings of hope for patients receiving treatment in the Behavioral Health Unit. The art was on full display during Sunday’s event and donors had the opportunity to select which paintings they wish to sponsor.
More than 20 paintings were chosen by sponsors and will be framed and displayed in the Behavioral Health Unit and throughout West Campus. Three of the paintings will even be transformed into 5’ X 8’ murals!
Brunch guests also heard about the importance of SNHH’s Behavioral Health Services from Dr. Phil Sullivan, Director of the SNHH Inpatient Behavioral Unit. Dr. Sullivan explained how the Behavioral Health Unit strives to deliver the best care possible to individuals experiencing acute behavioral health crises, such as bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance use disorder.
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