Thursday, April 12, 2012

MN Eating Disorders Support

An open invite to eating disorders advocates in Minnesota/Wisconsin from Melrose Institute:
Be our guest on May 9th at the Be You fundraising event to benefit Park Nicollet Melrose Institute. 
On May 9 from 5:00 - 7:45 p.m., we will host an evening of inspiration and creativity. Learn how Melrose programs help more than 1,500 people each year who are struggling with food and body image issues build healthy lives, bodies and heal.   The evening will showcase the creative arts and the healing process. 
A special part of the evening will be a performance of “To Eat” produced by Hippocrates Café, created by Jon Hallberg, MD. Through storytelling, poetry and song, we will explore our complicated relationships with food.
This free event is made possible by the Park Nicollet Foundation. Registration is required either online or by calling 952-993-5023.

Participants will be invited to make a charitable gift (no minimum or maximum required) and contributions will benefit Melrose Institute’s art and wellness programs, education and outreach presentations to schools and community organizations, research and patient and family care programs.  
The evening program is as follows:
5:00: Check-in, reception and program displays
5:45: Program
6:30: “To Eat” a special performance by Hippocrates Café

Park Nicollet Melrose Institute is located at 3525 Monterey Drive in St. Louis Park, MN  55416.  There is free parking in our lot and ramp.

Registration is required either online or by calling 952-993-5023.

Struggling with food and body image issues can be challenging.  Park Nicollet Melrose Institute is a specialty center that helps individuals heal from all types of eating problems.  A national leader, Melrose Institute has been providing high-quality expertise and comprehensive personalized care for more than 25 years.  
At Park Nicollet Foundation, we use philanthropy to enhance the patient and family experience, promote innovation and research, and respond to the health care needs of our community. 

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