Events

Happy To Be Me

February 21, 2015

An event for girls and the important women in their lives benefitting the Robert Crown Center for Health Education.

Saturday, February 21, 2015
11:00am-2:00pm   The Carlisle, Lombard, IL
Ticket price - $50 per person

Register

For more information, please contact rgee@robertcrown.org

Happy to Be Me! is a celebration focusing on female relationships and empowerment. This event is designed to help girls build confidence and feel good about themselves as they mature. The program will help girls develop a positive sense of self and learn effective strategies for responding to peer pressure. It will also give the important adults in their lives the tools they need to help teen and pre-teen girls navigate challenging times in their lives.

The event will include:

  • A healthy sit down luncheon with interesting conversation starters and activities to bond mothers and daughters together.
  • Boutique shopping
  • A presentation by Barb Barrett, R.N. 
  • Raffle baskets geared toward the girls or toward mother/daughter experiences.
  • A heads or tails raffle

For more information about this event, please contact rgee@robertcrown.org.

Thank you for the generous support of our event sponsors!

DuPage Medical Group

The Brandsma Family Foundation

Hinsdale Dental LLC

Reflection Software

R.W. Collins

Photo Gallery

To view photos from previous Happy To Be Me!, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

January 31, 2015, 10 am-2pm
Community Open House
21 Salt Creek Lane, Hinsdale

Observe Drug Fact Week at a community open house at the Robert Crown Center for Health Education

The event will be a great opportunity for you, your child, your students, your business and your community to build awareness of substance abuse risks and the disease of addiction.

RCC will be hosting:

  • In My Shoes, an art installation by teens in recovery from the Rosecrance Center for Teen Substance Abuse; joined with work by artists from area high schools
  • Hidden in Plain Sight, a mock teenage bedroom by LEAD that contains over 100 items that may indicate a child at risk.
  • Free mini prevention presentations from professional health educators, combatting addiction to tobacco, alcohol, prescription pain pills, and heroin
  • Health Risks for Athletes: What coaches, athletes and parents need to know, sponsored by the American Medical Association.
  • Video screening room to feature cutting edge documentaries for and by teens about substance abuse prevention

If you are a school who would like to participate in our collaborative art exhibit, please contact Katherine Leibforth.



Hunt for Health

Saturday, April 25, 2015, 6:30 p.m.
Immanuel Hall, Hinsdale

Photo Gallery

To view photos from Hunt for Health, click here.