Free Rock Concert and Dialogue on Mental Health and Hope
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
655 Burrard Street
Find out why over 340 students have handed Robb Nash their suicide notes after presentations in schools across Canada. Through his songs and stories, hear what this lead singer of a Canadian Top 40 Rock band discovered through a horrific car accident that left him dead at the scene, and how he has used that experience to discover purpose and meaning in life.
On the cusp of Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 4-10), the Canadian Psychiatric Association has invited recording artist and 2015 Champion of Mental Health, Robb Nash and his band, to bring their music and message to psychiatrists and the Vancouver public. Nash tackles difficult topics such as bullying, addiction, hopelessness, self-harm and suicide.
He is an innovative leader in the field of youth mental health and has brought a message of hope and purpose to almost one million young people across the country.
FREE Admission–must be 16 years of age or older.
Robb’s story and music on YouTube.