Mental health seminar open to teens and caregivers
At 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 10, the Youth Department at First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland will host a special event for parents and students on the increase of mental health issues among young people, and how to recognize signs of opioid and other addictions.
The interactive seminar recognizes the impact of pandemic-related isolation that many teens have experienced this past year. It will provide the opportunity to ask questions, connect with resources, and find out more about mental health issues in young people.
Panelists are LoToya Logan, LISW-S, founder and executive director of Project LIFT Services; and Ayme McCain, LSW, OCPC, associate director of Prevention, Wellness & Community Outreach for Recovery Resources.
This event is open to the public and designed for parents, caregivers and students. For more information, and to register, visit www.firstbaptistcleveland.org/conversation.
Kelley Pernicone is a longtime member of First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland and a member of its communications and outreach cluster.