Monomoy Regional School District to hold Parent University on Underage Drinking

December 4th at Monomoy High School...

To help educate parents and caregivers about the risks of underage drinking and how to help prevent underage drinking, Monomoy Regional School District is collaborating with Harwich Youth Services to offer a Parent University focused on the topic.

Monomoy Regional School District and Harwich Youth Services will present Parent University: Underage Drinking - Risks, Prevention & Parent Messaging on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m. in the Monomoy Regional High School Library. The session will feature special speakers Justin Campbell, Assistant Director of Emergency Department Recovery Services, Gosnold, and Kristen Bono Phillips, LMHC, Director of School-Based Services, Gosnold.

Campbell and Phillips, in conjunction with Sheila House, Harwich Youth Counselor, will discuss how to understand the signs and risks of underage drinking, practical talking tips, how to provide support, and how parents and caregivers can prevent underage drinking.


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