Blues to Cure the Blues:
Live Music, Dinner & Auction to Benefit Perinatal Mental Health, Presented by Women’s Care
Saturday, September 25, 2021 | Hybrid In-Person/Virtual | 6 – 10pm
-Individual Tickets Virtual:
Blues to Cure the Blues Countdown
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Next Comes Wine...
Thanks to our friends at Sweet Cheeks Winery, we have four delicious wine options available, and you’ll get the inside scoop from the Sweet Cheeks sommelier…
Dinner by Marche
Enjoy Marche’s French-inspired cuisine from the comfort of your home with a $30 gift card for you to order your meal of choice to pickup at Marche in Eugene. (For our out-of-town friends, we are offering a $30 GrubHub gift card)
Get in the Mood...
Put on your fancy top, decorate your mask, and throw some sequins up for your Zoom background (so much easier than cleaning the house…!)
Time to Support Perinatal Mental Health!
Login to the Zoom party for the live program, where we’ll share updates on our successes and future vision, feature speakers who have been impacted by our services, and of course highlight all of the fantastic auction items that you can bid on to support our work.
Ready to Buy your Ticket?
Your “Gala-at-Home” package comes with: Heritage Cocktail Kit, Bottle of Sweet Cheeks Wine, $30 Gift Card to Marche, Dessert, and a Mask to Decorate. You can pickup your Gala-at-Home package at Marche on October 16th or request a delivery. For those just wanting access to our online program without the full Gala package, you can choose the “Support from Home” option.
New ticket options for our friends near and far. We hope you can join us for this virtual gathering in support of perinatal mental health!
Featured Auction Prize: Cozy Coastal Getaway
Featured Auction Prize: Caribbean Delight
Women’s Care (Riverbend) takes care of all women, from adolescence to menopause, and is one of the area’s strongest advocates for women’s health. Our extremely well-educated employees have a synergy that is incomparable, each with deep compassion and profound respect for differing morals and belief systems.. We understand that all women have different needs and desires, and we personalize care accordingly.
Women’s Care offers in-office procedures that aren’t administered anywhere else in Lane County. Rather than outsourcing to ancillary surgical centers, we prioritize convenience while still providing cost-effective, state-of-the-art treatment. You can even count on Women’s Care to be there for you around the clock; we’re always only a phone call away with our 24-hour answering service and on-call physician.
Our patients have access to the latest innovations in our field. Our use of advanced technology is enormously beneficial, especially with regard to the diagnosis and prevention of disease. The new full-field digital mammography system, for example, features lower radiation doses, reduced breast compression pressure and improved cancer detection rates. At Women’s Care, convenient access to advanced technology means better health care for you.
Everyone at Women’s care is involved in the community in some way, whether it’s volunteering, working with charities, or working with scholarships for nursing students. This involvement creates a specific culture: Our staff members aren’t just employees; they are members of our community who choose to give back.
Thank you, Women’s Care, for your ongoing partnership and support of pregnancy and postpartum mental health and support.
Mount Pisgah Family Dental provides dental care, dental implants, bridges, crowns, root canals, and emergency services to the Springfield, OR area. Dr. Seth Holland attends over 100 hours of continuing education every year, which is more than four times the requirement by the state of Oregon. He and his wife just welcomed their second son into the world in 2017 and are eager to introduce the boys to skiing, mountain biking and Oregon Duck Basketball.
PeaceHealth, based in Vancouver, Wash., is a not-for-profit Catholic health system offering care to communities in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. PeaceHealth has approximately 16,000 caregivers, a medical group practice with more than 1,100 providers and 10 medical centers serving both urban and rural communities throughout the Northwest.
Dr. Charlotte Clausen received her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine where she was a member of AOA. She completed her internship and residency at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland and a fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the University of California, Irvine. She practiced at OHSU prior to joining the Center for Genetics and Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Dr. Clausen’s special interests are in multiple gestations, placental abnormalities, and preterm labor. Dr. Clausen appreciates Eugene’s focus on healthy living and enjoys running and spending time with her family. She is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and OB/GYN.
Our practice, led by Dr. Jessica Friedman, was founded with the notion that the more each woman knows about her body, the better she can care for herself and make well-informed healthcare decisions. We offer general gynecologic care to women and teens in all phases of their lives.