Hopkinton Youth & Family Services announced that it will host a free program focused on youth mental health and suicide prevention on April 11 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.
The event is being billed as “an evening to generate hope by bringing parents and caregivers together to learn action steps that communities can undertake to strengthen youth mental health and prevent suicide.”
Speakers include Dr. Nadja Lopez Reilly, senior director of the Freedman Center for Equity, Leadership and Behavioral Health in Schools at William James College, and James McCauley, assistant program director and co-founder of the Riverside Trauma Center.
To register and reserve tickets, visit the Hopkinton Youth & Family Services page at the town’s website (hopkintonma.gov). Seating is limited. There will be limited babysitting by adult and youth volunteers, for which preregistration is required.
The event will be livestreamed on HCAM.