June 7th from 1:00-4:00 PM – Roy High Small Auditorium

Come join us as our distinguished speakers address tough topics affecting our youth today: Depression, Suicide and Self-Worth. Everyone deals with these issues in their own lives or the lives of those they love. It will be the best 3 hours you spend this summer if it can help you or a loved one. Our panel of experts will present some of the unique challenges our youth face and present tools and ideas to help.

We hope that the youth in our area will want to attend – but if you’re an adult that is struggling with a family member…please come!

 

 

Aleisha McDaniel
Award-winning writer, speaker, blogger, cookie eater, Diet Coke drinker, autism mom, kindness advocate, social media influencer who is on a mission to piƱata the world.
 
Aleisha has worked with Utah's First Lady Jeannette Herbert in support of her Uplift Families initiative and parenting conference. She auditioned for and then made the cast of Northern Utah's "Listen To Your Mother" show--a national movement that celebrates motherhood via short essay. She has appeared on KSL's Browser 5.0 as the "Blogger of the Week," ABC 4 news, KSL's Studio 5, and The Matt Townsend show on BYU Radio. She currently tapes webisodes for "Get Creative with Canon," airing on My Craft Channel. Aleisha is the proud owner of a non-profit organization, "Season's Readings," which delivers new books to children in need at Christmastime.  
Greg Hudnall

Greg Hudnall is the founder and Executive Director of HOPE4UTAH. He has championed suicide prevention in Utah schools and communities for over 20 years. His expertise is not only sought after locally, but also nationally at the highest levels of government.Dr. Gregory A. Hudnall is a former high school principal, student service director and associate superintendent with the Provo City School District. He has been involved with suicide prevention for the past twenty years and has personally been involved with over twenty-five suicides as a first responder or consultant.

Nik & Darla Day

90&9 is a nonprofit started by Nik and Darla Day. It promotes healthy living through media and the performing arts. We provide experiences that help youth see the beauties of life and have an increased desire to thrive and help others.

More info coming soon! Check out their videos on this page for a better idea of what they do.