Suffredin, Behles to be honored at Turning Point benefit

Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center hosts its annual benefit on Saturday, June 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Evanston Golf Club, 4401 Dempster St. in Skokie.

This year’s benefit, entitled Cultivating Creativity and Innovation, will honor Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin (Evanston); architect Joseph J. Behles, principal of Behles+Behles (Evanston), Turning Point Office and Facilities Manager Rayna Trayanova (Glenview) and Yaniv, Harell and Giora Dolgin, owners of Dolgin Construction (Wilmette) for their commitment and support for comprehensive, high quality mental health care for everyone.

Individual Tickets are $150 (or $125 if purchased by May 15). Tables of eight are $1,200 (or $1,000 if purchased by May 15). For reservations and more information call 847-933-0051 X442.

TURNING POINT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE CENTER, established in 1969, is an outpatient mental health center that provides expert, affordable mental health care to all. For more information about Turning Point visit www.tpoint.org.

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