The Longevity Project

Presented by the Vail Daily

The Longevity Project will include a five-part series that will publish each week in the Vail Daily starting August 27. This year’s theme is how Colorado’s High Country is responding to increasing demand for behavioral health care. The series will also be bookended by a virtual screening of Suicide: The Ripple Effect and a virtual event featuring keynote speaker Kevin Hines and a local panel of behavioral health experts.

Save the Date

September 23rd

Virtual Zoom | Ages 13 and up
Program 5:30-7:30 PM

Register for Free

Zoom link will be emailed to those who register

2021 Longevity Project Series at a Glance:

Part I – Suicide:

What’s at play and how did the pandemic make things worse?

Part II – Resources:

New resources have come on board to but our region is still lacking care options.

Part III – Substance abuse:

How does substance abuse impact behavioral health and how did it worsen during the pandemic?

Part IV – Law enforcement:

Police have been challenged with responding to behavioral health situations. How are police changing their response in Eagle County?

Part V – Our youth:

What are the behavioral health issues in our schools and what is being done to address the issues.

Virtual Screening

Keynote Speaker – Kevin Hines: Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Advocate

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Keynote Speaker: Kevin Hines

Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Advocate
Kevin is an award-winning global speaker, best-selling author, documentary filmmaker, and suicide prevention and mental health advocate who has reached millions with his story of an unlikely survival and his strong will to live.
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