HopeNet, a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides affordable mental health services, will hold its second annual “SpreadHope ICT” event at Chicken N Pickle from 5-7 p.m. Sunday, May SpreadHope will feature a panel of mental health professionals sharing personal stories and answering questions on today’s pressing topics, including suicide awareness and youth mental health first aid. Panelists include:
- Jo Lynn Bright, LCMFT, CST, Director of Community Impact at HopeNet.
- Mark & Nanette Potter, Motivational Speakers and local favorites.
- Katherine Lewis, LCMFT, Interim Program Director at HopeNet.
- Hayley Fry, PMHNP, HopePoint Therapy Group.
- Kim Hoetmer, Goddard High School.
- Angela Razook-Wright, President/CEO, Answer Advantage.
The event is free to attend with a suggested donation of $5.00 or more. Proceeds will benefit HopeNet and help cover costs for clients who otherwise may not be able to afford professional counseling services.
Registration is available here.