This Year’s Event

Community Alliance welcomes Yashi Brown to Omaha on October 11, 2018 as this year’s Breaking the Silence speaker to share her powerful message that “recovery is not only real but should be the expectation.” Brown was diagnosed with bipolar disorder after her symptoms were unnoticed for five years and she experienced psychotic episode at age 24. Today, Yashi Brown is a writer, author and mental health advocate and she is in recovery.

Brown is the niece of the late Michael Jackson and an ambassador for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Join us for Breaking the Silence 2018 and hear how her support system of family, friends, treatment and spirituality helped her achieve and maintain her recovery.

Please support individuals and families throughout our community who are struggling with mental illness by being part of Breaking the Silence 2018. Your participation is critical to Community Alliance’s efforts to provide life-saving and life-restoring services to those traveling their own road to recovery.

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For more information, please contact us by phone at 402-341-5128 or email breakingthesilence@commall.org