Whitman Hanson WILL is hosting “If I Only Knew,” an evening of awareness and education aimed at curbing destructive decisions by young people at 6:30 p.m., Monday, April 11 in the Dr. John F. McEwan Performing Arts Center at WHRHS. The program s co-sponsored by the Brockton Area Opioid Abuse Prevention Collaborative.
The main presentation will be “Taylor’s Message,” by Kathi Meyer.
Kathi’s life changed on one October morning in 2008 when she was informed that her 17-year-old daughter Taylor had drowned in only two feet of swampy water due to underage drinking and poor choices.
A panel discussion follows featuring Stacey Lynch of CASTLE, High Point Treatment Center; Whitman Police Chief Scott Benton and Hanson Police Officer Bill Frazier; Mary Cunningham, a young adult in recovery and Ryan Morgan, principal of Independence Academy, a recovery high school.
Audience members will have the opportunity to ask the panelists questions following their presentation. Resource information will also be available. For more information visit Whitmanhansonwill.org.