Breaking the Silence is an important educational event promoting increased awareness and understanding about mental illness. The program draws together friends, families, business associates, health care professionals and community leaders to hear nationally recognized people who have themselves been impacted by mental illness and to support the one in four Nebraska families affected by these illnesses.

Become a Sponsor Online

Your Sponsorship makes possible . . .

  • Bringing Nic and David’s personal and family stories to all in attendance, motivating our community to continue the strides it has made to end the stigma and silence that still surround mental illness and addiction.
  • A special, client-only daytime event enabling Community Alliance participants to meet the Sheffs and benefit from their insights and encouragement.
  • Treatment, rehabilitation, education and support services along with the hope and reality of recovery to more than 3,200 individuals and families each year.

There are multiple Sponsorship Levels available, all of which include tickets to a memorable evening filled that promises to both entertain and inspire. Each Sponsor level offers recognition and benefits for you and/or your business at the event and to thousands more who view event materials and publicity.

Please download the Sponsor Response Form and return your completed sponsorship pledge to Community Alliance. Or, if you prefer, you may secure your Sponsorship online via credit card by using the link provided. Either way, you may be assured that your support of Breaking the Silence means life-saving and life-restoring support for many individuals and families in our community.

Become a Sponsor Online

For more information, please contact us at:
Community Alliance
4001 Leavenworth Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68105
Phone: 402-341-5128
Email: breakingthesilence@commall.org

Thank you for your support of Breaking the Silence, helping to end the stigma still surrounding mental illness and offering help and hope to both individuals and families traveling the road to recovery.