Event Registration

of documentary film, LIV, for the TCHNetwork Community 

  • Date: Monday July 27th
  • Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
  • Location: Virtual private screening

We are excited to share that we will be partnering with The LIV Project, a Colorado based creative collective determine to turn the tide of youth suicide. The LIV Project will be hosting a VIRTUAL PRIVATE SCREENING of their documentary film, LIV, for the Tri-County Health Network community on Monday, July 27th from 5:30-7:00 pm.

About the film
LIV is a 39 minute film featuring sisters Tess and Liv, who from a young age are inseparable. Liv is a young girl, growing up with relentless pressures of social media, teen depression and, often, suicidal thoughts. Through fearless storytelling, LIV reveals the realities of stigma, the struggles of mental health, and the aftermath for the survivors left behind in a suicide.

To ensure LIV was created in a safe and effective manner, the filmmakers worked with a team of therapists to craft the story. In addition, the film was vetted by the leading team at the Children’s Hospital Colorado Pediatric Mental Health Institute to ensure the content was accurate and safe, and in no way glorified this issue. The film has been approved for youth ages 14 and up by the team at the Children’s Hospital Colorado.

The film will be followed by a virtual discussion with film subjects, members of the creative team, and a licensed therapist to promote and engage in fearless conversations around mental health.

Please sign up to reserve your spot.

Unfortunately, registration is now closed. Please contact info@tchnetwork.org if you have any questions or would be interested in attending a second potential screening.

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