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2017

Recovery 5K Walk & Run

Sunday, September 24, 2017
7:30 am10:00 am
Edgewater Park Pavilion
Recovery 5K Walk & Run

Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 9AM 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk

Location: Edgewater Park – Lower Pavilion

Time: Packet Pickup & Registration – 7:30am
1 Mile Walk – 8:45am/5K Run – 9:00am

5K Awards: Top 3 male runners & top 3 female runners receive trophies and the first 300 runners to cross the finish line will receive a Recovery 5K Finisher medal. Runners receive a Recovery 5K tech-shirt. Walkers receive a Recovery 5K t-shirt.

Cost: $25 for Runners; Walkers can register for free (donations will be accepted the day of the event). ALL DONATIONS GO TO DEFRAY THE COST OF THE RECOVERY 5K.

Registration can be completed online at http://www.hermescleveland.com/roadracing/events/recovery.asp or by mailing the completed form along with your payment to Hermes Sports & Events, 2425 W. 11th St., Ste #2 Cleveland, OH 44113.

*Mail-in registrations must be received by Wednesday, Sept. 20th. Online registration closes on Sept. 22nd at 9:00am. All participants registered by Friday, September 15th will receive a Recovery 5K t-shirt.

Acting Out! 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 20176:30 pmSaturday, September 16, 20177:30 pm
Smartspace at W.78th Street Studios
Acting Out! 2017

ACTING OUT Cleveland breaks down the stigmas and creates awareness of mental illness
and addiction through a four-day series of public art events, including film, visual art, music, comedy and panel discussion. Mental illness, addiction, and creative brilliance often go hand and hand, particularly when it comes to the arts. Derek Hess understands artists like himself are in a unique position to start dialogues about intimate universal struggles without as much fear of judgment.

Gratitude Night 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017
5:00 pm7:00 pm
Community Assessment & Treatment Services
Gratitude Night 2017

8411 Broadway Ave., Cleveland, Oh 44105

Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship

Thursday, August 31, 2017Sunday, September 3, 2017
The Ohio State University Golf Club

3605 Tremont Rd., Columbus, OH 43221

CATS has been invited to participate in the 2017 Charity Ticket Program at The Ohio State University Golf Club! The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship is one of four FINALS events on the Web.com Tour, “The Path to the PGA TOUR.”

This FREE event will be held August 31st – September 3rd. Attached is your FREE complementary ticket & more event information. Every complementary ticket printed with CATS logo on it, and turned in at an entry gate (one per person per day) will earn CATS $10!!!

If you love watching golf, take advantage of this fun and free event!

Hope For The Community: A Conversation on The Opioid Crisis

Saturday, July 8, 2017
5:00 pm7:00 pm
Shaker Heights Community Church

20120 Lomond Blvd, Shaker Hts.
Pastors Colin & Imani Jones
Movie Screening: "Chasing the Dragon"
Q & A Session ~ Refreshments
www.shakerhcc.org

2017 Behavioral Health & Human Services Career Fair

Thursday, May 18, 2017
10:00 am2:00 pm
Cleveland Airport Marriott, 4277 W 150th St, Cleveland 44135.
2017 Behavioral Health & Human Services Career Fair

As part of its Mental Health Month observance in May, the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County is hosting its third annual Behavioral Health & Human Services Career Fair with its network of agencies and area non-profit organizations to help people find the right career in behavioral health and human services.

Outpatient Open House

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
1:00 pm4:00 pm
5162 Broadway Ave, Cleveland, OH 44127
Outpatient Open House

It is with great pleasure CATS announces the opening of our new outpatient building. Please join us for an Open House Celebration!

A tour of the facility and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

*Onsite parking available

PRISON DOGS- International Film Festival

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
6:30 pm8:30 pm
Tower City Cinemas
PRISON DOGS- International Film Festival

With the help of some puppy power, men serving long-term sentences at New York’s Fishkill Corrections Facility are finding a new sense of purpose. Under the direction of spitfire Gloria Gilbert Stoga, president and founder of Puppies Behind Bars, inmates have two years to train a puppy for a life as a service dog for a war veteran living with PTSD. In some cases, these veterans return from their deployments severely depressed, anxious, and so stricken with fear they are unable to leave their homes. These complex populations intersect in PRISON DOGS through the inmates’ rigorous training program and the veterans’ long road to recovery. For inmates it is a welcomed challenge and responsibility to create a meaningful bond with these future service dogs. As for the heroic servicemen and women, the inmates’ beautiful gift is a chance to finally cope with the challenges brought on by their brave sacrifices. PRISON DOGS depicts how the loving companionship of a puppy can renew hope for forgiveness, healing, and humanity. —A.B.

PRISON DOGS- Cleveland International Film Festival

Monday, April 3, 2017
2:30 pm4:30 pm
Tower City Cinemas
PRISON DOGS- Cleveland International Film Festival

With the help of some puppy power, men serving long-term sentences at New York’s Fishkill Corrections Facility are finding a new sense of purpose. Under the direction of spitfire Gloria Gilbert Stoga, president and founder of Puppies Behind Bars, inmates have two years to train a puppy for a life as a service dog for a war veteran living with PTSD. In some cases, these veterans return from their deployments severely depressed, anxious, and so stricken with fear they are unable to leave their homes. These complex populations intersect in PRISON DOGS through the inmates’ rigorous training program and the veterans’ long road to recovery. For inmates it is a welcomed challenge and responsibility to create a meaningful bond with these future service dogs. As for the heroic servicemen and women, the inmates’ beautiful gift is a chance to finally cope with the challenges brought on by their brave sacrifices. PRISON DOGS depicts how the loving companionship of a puppy can renew hope for forgiveness, healing, and humanity. —A.B.

PRISON DOGS-Cleveland International Film Festival

Saturday, April 1, 2017
3:00 pm5:00 pm
Tower City Cinemas
PRISON DOGS-Cleveland International Film Festival

With the help of some puppy power, men serving long-term sentences at New York’s Fishkill Corrections Facility are finding a new sense of purpose. Under the direction of spitfire Gloria Gilbert Stoga, president and founder of Puppies Behind Bars, inmates have two years to train a puppy for a life as a service dog for a war veteran living with PTSD. In some cases, these veterans return from their deployments severely depressed, anxious, and so stricken with fear they are unable to leave their homes. These complex populations intersect in PRISON DOGS through the inmates’ rigorous training program and the veterans’ long road to recovery. For inmates it is a welcomed challenge and responsibility to create a meaningful bond with these future service dogs. As for the heroic servicemen and women, the inmates’ beautiful gift is a chance to finally cope with the challenges brought on by their brave sacrifices. PRISON DOGS depicts how the loving companionship of a puppy can renew hope for forgiveness, healing, and humanity. —A.B.

CATS’ Night at the Races

Doors Open: 6:30pm, Race Begins: 7:00pm
Sterle's Country House
CATS’ Night at the Races

There will be 11 action-packed races throughout the evening with betting on each race. Race #11 will be held as an Auction Race.

50/50 Raffle Boards with drawings for all boards will be held at the end of the event. Your horse didn’t win? Enter the 2nd Chance Losers Raffle where you can enter any 3 losing betting slips to win a cash prize. We will also have a Chinese Auction throughout the evening.

*Your ticket to this evening of jam-packed excitement includes free coffee, iced tea, soda & hors d’oeuvres which will be served buffet style. A cash bar will also be available.

* Tickets for CATS’ Night at the Races may be purchased at the door or on-line until 5:00 pm on March 17th

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