Tudor House and The Grandin Theatre partner to highlight mental health awareness
ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) - Tudor House and The Grandin Theatre came together over the weekend to promote mental health awareness in the Roanoke community. Tudor House had volunteers set up in The Grandin Theatre lobby Saturday and Sunday with resources for those in need.
They were also there to promote the movie, “Dear Evan Hansen.” In the picture Tudor House released on its Facebook page, it had this to say about the movie:
“Come see this powerful movie that addresses the themes of hope, mental illness, suicide and belonging.... ultimately delivering a message that you are not alone.”
Volunteer and licensed clinical social worker Jennifer Worley said it’s important to always let those struggling know they are not alone.
“People sometimes don’t know where to go when they are feeling as if they want to take their own life. So we want to raise that awareness that there is help out there and they are not alone.”
Copyright 2021 WDBJ. All rights reserved.