AnneMoss Rogers has built a following on the subject of suicide, and the mental health conditions including addiction that elevate that risk. After trying to find help for her once joyful son and rap artist, including wilderness therapy and therapeutic boarding school, Charles became addicted and died by suicide in 2015.
This presentation dispels common myths about suicide and substance misuse while delivering a message of hope, and empowering regular humans with the skills to recognize and help prevent this threat to life.
- The link between shame from CUD (Cannabis Use Disorder) and suicide and what loved ones can do
- What are the signs of suicide and what does one do or say? (includes talking points)
- Creating a suicide-safe environment
- Life events that can increase suicide risk, especially with SUD and CUD
- Changes to parenting style that lessen risk and increase chances of recovery
Seating is limited – venue capacity is 85 seats – first come, first served. Register now!
This event is part of a 3-day conference hosted by Johnny’s Ambassadors.
- July 9th – Parents of Children with Cannabis-Induced Psychosis (POCCIP) Conference
- Registration reserved for parent members of the Johnny’s Ambassadors POCCIP group. Additional information can be found here
- July 10-11th – Youth THC Prevention Conference
- Registration open to all – more information available here