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  • 1. For immediate release: January 5th 2012 RAIN CITY JUST GOT A LITTLE BIT BRIGHTER VANCOUVER, B.C. – For the first time in Canada, To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) is setting up a home in Vancouver, B.C. They wish to invite you to unite with the community and join the cause of learning to love one’s self and help others learn to accept who they are and embrace life. There are so many people suffering in the world from debilitating mental conditions and help is on its way! Rain city is finally ready to welcome TWLOHA and the new movement of love and self-respect, Monday, February 11th 2012. 121 million people worldwide, suffer from depression. TWLOHA supports the recovery of all people, targeting teenagers and young adults, who suffer from depression, substance abuse and suicidal tendencies. Unfortunately, only 10% of people yearly get the help they need. The goal with opening a new office in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown core neighbourhood of Commercial Drive, is to be completely accessible to anyone requiring services, is to sell merchandise and launch a new street team to bring awareness and build love and trust; not only within society, but within themselves. TWLOHA will offer services such as, counseling, rehabilitation, group therapy, and motivational speaking. “We want to help the world learn to love. So many people want to help and that’s why we are progressing to an office with a new crew of 10 very enthusiastic people. First stop is Canada and then we can move onto the rest of the world, sharing our collective stories and mending hearts through compassion and demonstration.” - Jamie Tworkowski (Founder/Creative Director) We encourage people to contact us by email at, or simply come in and see us. Know that for TWLOHA, no problem is too small. The idea is to come together to build this community we know and love here in Vancouver Canada. We offer workshops, storytelling and fundraising opportunities. To learn more about our cause please visit our website at Mission statement - To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. -30- Please send any inquiries to: Suki Fox 778-988-7825

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