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Stratosphere Networks Sponsors 50th Anniversary Gala for Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare

Chicago managed service provider supports virtual celebration of non-profit healthcare provider

CHICAGOStratosphere Networks has announced that it will sponsor Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare's 50th Anniversary Gala. The online-only event will take place on Thursday, October 21 at 6 p.m.

Trilogy is a private non-profit behavioral healthcare provider that serves people with serious mental illness in the Chicago area. The organization's mission is to support individuals during their recovery from mental illness and assist them in reclaiming their well-being and direction in life.

The upcoming gala will celebrate the organization's successes over the past 50 years and the impact its programs and services have had on many people's lives, thanks to supporters and donors. Additionally, during the event, Trilogy will present Patrick J. Kennedy – a former congressman and founder of The Kennedy Forum – with its Partner in Recovery Award. The accolade recognizes those who support Trilogy's mission by working to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness, improving the public's understanding of mental health issues, or promoting access to mental health resources.

"We're thrilled to celebrate Trilogy's 50th anniversary," said Steve Melchiorre, CEO of Stratosphere Networks. "Now more than ever, access to high-quality healthcare is vital for people living with mental illness, and we fully support Trilogy's mission and the important work they do for the Chicago community."

Stratosphere has an ongoing relationship with Trilogy and has previously sponsored the organization's Heart & Compassion Gala and the Spring Into Recovery Gala.

For more information about the upcoming gala, please visit Trilogy's website.

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