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Youth mental health program making "strides" in Door County

An initiative that began three years ago to address mental health issues impacting the youth will be offering a free presentation on Monday. STRIDE, which stands for Strengthening Trust, Resilience, Instilling Independence, Discovering Empowerment, is a program that began during the 2018-19 school year to offer mental health services to all five Door County school districts. Cami Peggar, the STRIDE Coordinator from United Way, is one of the five speakers and says the program is making an impact by removing barriers for accessing quality mental health care for area youth.



The STRIDE informational meeting will be from 9:00 am until 11:00 am on Monday, February 14, at Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay. The event is part of the Door County Collaborative School Mental Health Project sponsored by United Way and the League of Women Voters of Door County. Accessible to the public, the STRIDE program will be held at the Collins Learning Center, where masks are recommended, and refreshments will be provided. 

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