Hope Is Alive! Open Mic Night

Hope Is Alive! An Open Mic Night to Fight Stigma!

billyThe Stand Against Stigma campaign and Community Education Committee are proud to present the Hope Is Alive! Open Mic Night, an evening to enjoy the community’s talented performers and share inspiring stories of facing mental health challenges. 

These FREE events are open to the public. Performers are encouraged to reserve a spot in advance by contacting Christopher Diamond at 530-229-8484 or cdiamond@co.shasta.ca.us

The Hope Is Alive! program is a series of open mic nights that have been held at various locations throughout Shasta County to raise awareness about mental health struggles, substance use disorders and suicide loss. This is the third Hope Is Alive! to be held in the Intermountain area of the county. Since Hope Is Alive! was founded in September 2014,  nearly 100 performers, including dancers, spoken word artists, rappers and musicians have participated, often sharing heartfelt stories about mental health struggles as well as entertaining attendees.