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WHEN LOVE IS

NOT ENOUGH:
KNOW WHEN
TO SEEK HELP
One in five children in the U.S. show signs or
symptoms of a mental health disorder in a given
year. Yet, nearly 80% of children who need mental
health services don’t receive them. Parents and
caregivers often don't know what to do to help a
child who is struggling with a mental illness.

Join us for an in-depth conversation about the mental health crises affecting children and families.
Learn the signs to look for at home, and how to partner with schools and community agencies to
address mental health concerns. Good health and well-being is everyone's business.

Donna Lowry Candace Ford Dr. Sultan Simms LaTrina Foster Dr. Veda Johnson, MD Dr. Sherry Blake
Panel Moderator Panelist Panelist Panelist Panelist Panelist

Chief Communications Executive Director of Psychiatrist, Behavioral Director, Fulton County Director, PARTNERS for Clinical Psychologist
Officer for Fulton Counseling, Health Medical Director Department of Equity in Child and Dr. Sherry, therapist to
County Schools and Psychological and for WellCare Behavioral Health and Adolescent Health, the stars, the Why
former education Social Work Services for Developmental Emory University School Doctor, and “Ask Dr.
reporter for WXIA, Fulton County Schools Disabilities of Medicine Sherry” for
Channel 11 Essence.com

DATE LOCATION TIME


Saturday, March 24, 2018 Tri-Cities High School Auditorium 10:00AM - 1:00PM
2575 Harris Street (Doors open at 9:30AM)
East Point, Georgia 30344

Parents and teens are welcome to attend this free event! There will be drawings for prizes, and the Kaiser Permanente
Mobile Health Van will be on site to conduct adult screenings along with other community health vendors.

Register at https://whenloveisnotenoughknowwhentoseekhelp.eventbrite.com