Posted on December 29, 2018 13:00

Wednesday evening sessions will provide an opportunity for parents/guardians of junior high and high school age young people to listen to "experts" on the challenges that parents/guardians and teens face in their formative years.  In the session you will be able to listen, share experiences, and discuss the issues and possible solutions presented in each session.

JANUARY 23rd - ANXIETY IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH TODAY.  The current environment is creating an epidemic of anxiety in our young.  It is up to us as caring adults to help our youth identify and be in tune with their own emotions and, in turn with others.

FEBRUARY 27th - HUMAN TRAFFICKING is a growing problem that has even reached  into local communities.  this session will inform parents/guardians of the scope of the issue and measures they can take to keep young people safe.

This is a community event, open to parents/guardians regardless of school district, church or organizational affiliation.

Our presenters are area professionals with extensive experience in their respective fields.  Additional resources from local law enforcement and various community support organizations have been invited to attend.

Dinner snacks and light refreshments will be served.

Email -   if you have questions or you may also call the parish office at 636-397-1440

Sessions meet from 6:00 - 7:30 PM at
All Saints Catholic Church Parish Center
7 McMenamy Road
St. Peters, MO  63376


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