Ninth District PTA has partnered with Rady Children’s Hospital to hold a county-wide forum for parents/guardians to learn, engage, and plan together to address the problem of youth suicide. The event is specifically focused on young people between the ages of 10-19. This is a unique opportunity to learn what you can do for suicide prevention in your family and your community.
There is no charge to attend, but seats are limited – first come, first served – register early to insure you have a place. The event includes refreshments and a box lunch.
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Suicide touches all of us. Adolescent suicide is on rise and we should all be aware of how we can help a child that is struggling, whether it is our own son or daughter, a family friend, or a student in our school. We all have the ability to make a difference. This suicide prevention symposium is designed to help educate parents on how to spot some of the danger signs, and learn how to support an adolescent who is in need.
Click the flyer to the left for more information. Mark your calendars now so you don’t miss out, and look for future announcements about online reservations and other details. There is no cost to attend this important event thanks to the generous support of our partner, Rady Children’s Hospital