Rockwood Hosting Virtual Parent Workshop Series

The next Parent Academy session, More than Sad, is a virtual mental health awareness presentation for parents.
​The Rockwood Student Services Department and Community Partners in Prevention (CPiP) are hosting a series of workshops from Alive & Well Communities for parents this fall.

The workshops focus on themes such as self-care, dealing with stress and affecting positive change in the community.

"These workshops support CPiP's goal to provide supportive environments for students," said Lili Schliesser, CPiP coordinator. "The well-being of our parents has a major impact on the well-being of our students. We hope parents take this time to address their needs and the needs of their communities."

The next workshop in the series is:​
​More Than Sad​
More Than Sad is a virtual mental health awareness presentation for parents from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This program teaches parents how to recognize signs of depression and other mental health problems, initiate a conversation about mental health with their child and get help.

Tuesday, Nov. 10 at noon  
OR  Thursday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m.

To register, visit​ ​For more information about CPiP events, click here.​