Mental health documentary

If you or someone you know needs help with mental health issues a documentary being shown at Sturgeon Bay High School next week could help. The documentary is called “Do It for Daniel” and is about Daniel Olson, an All-State athlete in Michigan who struggled with depression and anxiety. He was 19 when he took his own life in 2012. A screening of “Do It for Daniel” will be shown at the Sturgeon Bay High School Auditorium on Tuesday from 6-8 PM. Dakota Londo, the Community Impact Coordinator for United Way of Door County, helped organize the event. She says it’s a good movie to show to the community and get people talking about mental health.



The showing of “Do It for Daniel” is free and open to the public. Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

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