MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, Florham Park Mayor Mark Taylor, Hanover Township Mayor Thomas Ace Gallagher, Tommy Hudanish, and media personality Bill Spadea is hosting a Free Addiction, Mental Health, and Suicide Prevention Seminar.
Are you a concerned parent worried about your teenager’s well-being? Do you suspect that your middle or high school student may be battling addiction, depression, anxiety, or even contemplating suicide? Perhaps you’re a teacher or coach who wants to be better equipped to recognize early warning signs. If you’re searching for effective strategies to prevent, identify, and address these critical issues, we invite you to join us for a free life-changing seminar.
Led by seasoned professionals in the fields of mental health, addiction, and law enforcement, this event aims to provide practical tools and strategies for addiction prevention, stress management, anxiety, and depression coping mechanisms, and early intervention techniques to avert tragedies.
This invaluable seminar will give you a deeper understanding of addiction, mental health, and suicide prevention. You will also discover available resources for seeking help and support while hearing from experienced professionals specializing in mental health and addiction. Additionally, you will learn to recognize warning signs and how to intervene early to prevent these issues from escalating.
Tracy Cappiccille, LPC, Director of Suicide Prevention Services at the Mental Health Association, will deliver life-saving information tailored for adults and students.
Alongside mental health experts, Chief Joseph Orlando of the Florham Park Police, detectives from the Florham Park police department, and Morris County Sheriff James Gannon will be present to provide insights into current drug abuse issues, addiction prevention, and Narcan training. Moreover, Tommy Hudanish from The Nicholas Hudanish Foundation will share the significance of prevention and educating young individuals on making responsible choices. The Nicholas Hudanish Foundation was established in memory of Nicholas Hudanish, who tragically lost his battle with addiction in November 2016.
This is an invaluable opportunity to gain life-saving knowledge and support. Don’t miss out on the chance to attend in person or join online. Reserve your spot today by registering. Together, we can prevent tragedy and foster hope and healing. Click here to register.