There are high rates of depression, anxiety and suicidal behavior among today's youth. How can we as parents, educators and community members help our young people? Come learn the warning signs and intervention skills to help our young people survive and thrive. This event is in conjunction with One Read, addressing one of the themes of this year's book, "The Big Door Prize." Co-sponsored by the Boone County History & Culture Center and Children's Grove.
- Tina Edholm (she/her/hers) is a field specialist in human development and family science at University of Missouri Extension
- Heather C. Harlan, CRPS, MAADC II (she/her/hers) is a public health educator for Columbia/Boone County's Department of Public Health and Human Services
- Katherine Cox-Littrell is a senior at Rock Bridge High School, class of 2023.
Kim Dude-Lammy, Children's Grove president
Find out more about One Read here.