Henderson Behavioral Health Celebrates Wellness at
 “Mind, Body & Soul-utions” Gala at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino


Fort Lauderdale, Florida (April 2 2015) – On Saturday, March 21st, Henderson Behavioral Health (HBH), celebrated their Mind, Body, & Soul-utions – Celebrating Wellness Gala at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.  With 250 people attending, the event netted $70,000 for the organization. Guests were inspired by a heartfelt program accompanied by The Sons of Mystro playing Josh Groban’s “You Lift Me Up” featured several of Henderson’s clients who live will mental health conditions – not a dry eye in the house and a standing ovation.  The solemn mood quickly changed with a high energy performance by The Sugar Hill Gang which had everyone on their feet dancing. 

Chairing the event was Susan Renneisen of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and a great committee of ladies including, Ann Burris, Julissa Caballero, Deborah Charron, Milin Espino, Gail Kaplan, Jen Klaassens, Jean McIntyre, Melissa Milroy, Robin Sterne and Judy Wong. Honorees included: Community Partner – Memorial Healthcare System, Community Advocate – M.I.N.D. (Mental Illness New Directions) at NSU, and Henderson Hero – Susan F. Delegal, attorney with Billing, Cochran, Lyles, Maura & Ramsey, P.A.

Presenting Sponsors were: The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and Holland America; Platinum Sponsor: Gulfstream Media Group; Gold Sponsors:  BankUnited, Memorial Healthcare System, Medic Pharmacy and Marsh & McLellan; Silver Sponsor: Northern Trust; and Bronze Sponsors:  Berger Singerman, Florida Power & Light, TD Bank, Aetna, Iberia Bank, NSU, Galleria at Ft. Lauderdale, Montero Law, Toshiba, Broward Health, NetSmart, Publix Super Markets Charities and Media Sponsors Sun Sentinel and Lifestyle Media Group.

For more information about Henderson Behavioral Health, please call Suzanne Higgins at 954-777-1624 or shiggins@hendersonbh.org

About Henderson Behavioral Health. Henderson Behavioral Health is the oldest and largest, community-based not-for-profit behavioral healthcare system in South Florida.  Since 1953 Henderson has helped hundreds of thousands of children, adults and families.  Henderson Behavioral Health’s mission is to serve as the premier provider of accessible, cost effective, and quality behavioral healthcare services to the people of South Florida in order to promote their mental health and well-being.  Last year Henderson helped over 30,000 individuals, 8,000 of whom are children, providing 600,000 services at 20 locations in South Florida.   Henderson maintains the highest level of CARF (Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accreditation, and has done so, continuously for twenty years.  Visit Henderson at www.hendersonbh.org

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