Maine Virtual Communities Talk 2021
Join us on Tuesday, November 16 from 3:00-4:30 for a virtual event sharing stories, information, and messages on how to promote wellness and prevent underage drinking in Maine youth.
Sterling Campbell is a professional musician with the B-52s. Sterling has also toured with David Bowie, Cyndi Lauper, Soul Asylum and played throughout the U.S. and Europe.
Matt Bellace is a psychologist and comedian who addresses substance use and mental health for young people and adults across the country.
Greg Marley is the director of suicide prevention at NAMI Maine, providing education, support and awareness for suicide prevention in Maine communities and schools.
In addition to guest speakers, you will also hear from students around the state promoting ways to talk about wellness and substance use.
This event is a collaboration among the New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center, River Valley Rising, Be the Influence Windham-Raymond, Gardiner Area Thrives/Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention, and Casco Bay CAN, in partnership with the SAMHSA Region 1 office.
This is a virtual event that will be conducted using Zoom.