MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Darlington High School students and staff participated Wednesday in a Mental Health Matters Summit focused on producing conversation surrounding mental health.
The Lafayette County Mental Health Matters Union stated the occasion was held at the high school and included a keynote speaker along with conversation sessions to minimize the preconception and produce awareness about resources readily available to those with behavioral or mental health problems.
Peabody Acclaimed reporter Charles Monroe-Kane spoke at the summit as a crucial speaker, sharing a message of expect students, describing it “being okay not to be okay.” Occasion coordinators likewise stated students had the ability to select and participate in breakout sessions in subjects varying from time management, art treatment to drug abuse.
Darlington authorities stated the union is “consisted of specialists and individuals from throughout Lafayette County who are dedicated to minimizing the preconception surrounding mental health by increasing awareness and stabilizing the conversation.”
Those in the Mental Health Union intended to minimize the preconception for those looking for mental health assistance in the county and at Darlington High School.
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