Session features expert advice on talking to kids about all-too-common phenomenon
MARINETTE — Bellin for Women members and the general public are invited to a free event that focuses on talking to children about the delicate subject of mass violence in our society.
“How to Address Mass Violence” will take place from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 in the auditorium at Marinette High School, 2135 Pierce Ave., Marinette.
During the event, Bellin mental health therapist Mitch Connell and police officer Jedd Bradley of Mighty Oak Active Shooter Solutions will talk about how parents can provide age-appropriate answers to tough questions like “Why did he/she do that?” and “Will it happen here?” in an open, relaxed setting.
Bellin for Women is an innovative program that encourages Bellin Health patients and employees, as well as members of the broader community, to take ownership of their health and wellbeing while having fun and socializing in a comfortable, laid-back environment. Membership is free and includes benefits such as a welcome kit, monthly newsletters, free wellness screenings, discounts from local business partners and special events.