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PEAR WHITE Party, Black Tie Affair
UB Center for the Arts Atrium
Buffalo, NY
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Thank you for your attendance and interested in the PEAR: WHITE Party, Black Tie Affair {a fashion fundraiser} We have currently SOLD OUT - but look forward to seeing you next year! www.pearplanning.com/whiteparty


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PEAR WHITE Party, Black Tie Affair
P E A R {Planning Events And Receptions} is proud to be hosting the first annual WHITE Party, Black
Tie Affair {a Fashion Fundraiser} in December 2013 at University at Buffalo's Center for the Arts Atrium
and Art Gallery.

The WHITE Party has been created in an effort to bring awareness to many valuable, yet less talked about
community programs in Buffalo, New York. With an ever-rising awareness regarding mental health issues
across the nation, there is an even larger need to increase the awareness of treatment services available for
children with mental health issues. This year's event proceeds from sponsorship, donations, fundraisers and
silent auction will benefit a non-profit very close to P E A R's heart, the DBT program of Child and
Adolescent Treatment Services, a program that is creating preventative measures and positive emotions
surrounding the stigma of mental health.

Child and Adolescent Treatment Services (CATS) is a western New York non-profit child mental health
agency that provides innovative, research based preventative and treatment programs that strengthen the
emotional health and safety of children in their homes, schools, and our community at large.  The Dialectical
Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a derivative of a cognitive behavior therapy and helps patients identify feelings,
thoughts, beliefs and assumptions, which contribute to making their lives challenging.  The DBT program
helps the children and adolescents learn skills and develop competencies to overcome emotional
dysregulation through a technique called mindfulness. In turn the success of the program can be measured
through a reduction of depression, hopelessness and self harm following treatments resulting in a better well-
being for the child's adulthood.

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UB Center for the Arts Atrium (View)
103 Center For The Arts
Buffalo, NY 14260
United States


Categories

Arts > Fashion
Other > Fundraisers

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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