Pinnacle Behavioral Health Programs

Pinnacle is proud to support the annual Hope Gala

Hope Gala 2019 Benefits Non-Profits

Pinnacle Behavioral Health is proud to support the 3rd Annual Hope Gala, July 26, 2019 at the Jackson Center in Huntsville. The event raises much needed funding for non-profit organizations in the Huntsville area.

Each year, a non-profit is chosen as a beneficiary of proceeds raised. This year's recipients are Not One More Alabama and Manna House. Pinnacle Behavioral Health supports the mission of both organizations:

Not One More Alabama (NOMA) is a 501(c)3 grass-roots, all volunteer organization that advocates for individuals impacted by the disease of addiction. NOMA provides support to members of the community that are struggling with addiction within their lives; education about drugs and the addictions that are killing our best and brightest; and inspiration to young people to stay drug-free and serve as a role model to the people around them. NOMA strives to lift the stigma associated with substance use disorders, addiction and mental illness.

Manna House is a 501(c)3 Public Charity dedicated to serving the community of Huntsville and Madison County. It provides food assistance to those in need. Manna House is supported by contributions from individuals, churches, civic groups, and businesses.

According to Jamie Jones with the Jackson Center, sponsorships, tables and individuals tickets are available from $8,000 to $75. The Silent Auction and Social Hour begins at 6 pm with music provided by fusion violinist, Winslow Davis. Doors open for dinner at 7 pm with a Dessert and Coffee Bar to follow, provided by the Jackson Center Culinary Staff.