American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry (ASAP)
2019 Annual Meeting

Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Adolescents and Emerging Adults: Best Practices for Psychiatrists and Mental Health Clinicians, Educators, and Parents

52nd Anniversary Fundraising Reception (CANCELLED)

Friday, May 17, 2019
7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Brune-Reutlinger MansionBrune-Reutlinger Mansion

824 Grove Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(between Webster and Fillmore)

The Brune-Reutlinger Mansion in San Francisco's historic Alamo Square district was designed in 1886 by noted local architect Heinrich Geilfuss for whiskey baron Henry Brune. When Richard Reutlinger bought the mansion in 1965 it was structurally sound but had become drab and dilapidated from neglect after World War II. Richard's home displays not only his antique furniture but also his collection of automated music machines - player pianos, nickelodeons and orchestrions - for your amazement and amusement. Reutlinger is a longtime member of Victorian Society in America. The California Heritage Council has recognized Richard Reutlinger “for restoration and preservation of his Victorian, circa 1886, Italianate style home at 824 Grove Street, San Francisco.

This year, ASAP is conducting a fundraising event to support our new ASAP Education Mission Fund.  The fund supports psychiatry trainee programs such as the Best Resident Paper on Adolescent Psychiatry Award and Best Resident Poster Session Award.  Trainees attend ASAP’s meeting at their own expense, whether to attend our meeting or present a poster, and are asked to volunteer in various roles. ASAP is requesting donations to support the fund.  A $100 tax-deductible donation per person is requiredDonors will be acknowledged in our newsletter and email announcement.  Trainees are exempt.

Due to the venue space, only the first 75 donors will be accepted.

To RSVP, please CLICK HERE to make a donation.


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