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Parents raise various topics that may have concerns about the safety of their children. For example, the conversation on Saturday was triggered by recent events.
“As we’ve seen, a tragedy happened last week like we saw a few months ago, a 9-year-old with an interaction,” said Sara Taylro, the project leader. “We think getting to the city in the heart of the neighborhood is critical to truly offering parents information and resources.”
Taylor says there’s still a stigma around mental health, and that’s why it’s so important to have people in the community to talk to.