Trevor-Wilmot School to host Family Mental Health and Vaping Awareness Night on Feb. 28

Trevor-Wilmot School will host an informational evening to learn strategies to keep all children safe and drug free.

Speakers will address vaping, cutting, suicidal ideation, and dangerous games at the Family Mental Health and Vaping Awareness Night on Feb. 28.

The program will include:

Cap. James Coppelman, Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue, from 5:30-6 p.m. with information regarding vaping in children and adolescents. This session will discuss how to identify vaping devices, the realities of vaping today, and how you can support your child in abstaining from vaping.

Licensed clinical psychologist Leah Featherstone, Professional Services Group, from 6 to 8 p.m., with information on suicide prevention for children and adolescents. This session will discuss behaviors that warrant further action, what to watch for, and how to know when you need help.  The program will also outline the difference between self-harming behaviors and suicidal statements and gestures, and what to do for each.

A hot dog dinner will be served at 5:15 p.m. and refreshments during the presentation. Please be sure to RSVP by Feb.25 to reserve your spot. Childcare will be provided. Email Tara Johnson at or call at 262-862-2356 ext. 1114 to RSVP. Please include number of attendees, dinners required, and number of children requiring childcare.


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