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2015 Musical Moods Masquerade Ball

Enjoy dinner, drinks and a decadent dessert bar provided by our job-training bakery, A Sweet Success. The night marches on with a silent auction featuring amazing items donated to benefit Sanctuary House. Last but not least, don’t forget your dancing shoes as we dance our masks off to live music provided by Hip Pocket and local artist, Clay Howard!

You won’t want to miss this year’s Musical Moods Masquerade Ball:
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Greensboro Country Club
Doors at 6:30

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Who We Are

Sanctuary House is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of adults living with mental illness. Members do not live at Sanctuary House but use it as a base of community support. Each day, members and staff work closely together to learn new skills, build confidence, gain a greater sense of independence and pride, and prepare for a purposeful and rewarding life.

Mission Statement

The mission of Sanctuary House is to facilitate the recovery and rehabilitation of adults with serious mental illness in Guilford County so that they may achieve and sustain satisfying, meaningful roles and lives in the community.

What We Do

What We Do

Sanctuary House provides both on-site and off-site services including psychosocial rehabilitation, supported education, supported employment, transitional employment and outpatient services.

A Sweet Success! Bakery

The Bakery helps members develop work and life skills, while providing high quality desserts for the community, increasing awareness of mental illness, and providing income for Sanctuary House.

Donate

Our organization would not exist without the support of donors like you! Mental illness can affect anyone – no matter age, race, religion or income. Please consider a financial contribution today!

How to Become a Member

For membership inquiries, please call our Intake/Referral Department at (336) 215-7062, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, EST. Click the button below for details.

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