Speak Out, Princeton Teens! is a community organization that aims to foster a more close-knit relationship between the Princeton Youth and the Princeton Police by discussing important topics that affect our community.
There is a ongoing stigma about mental health and depression in American culture, despite their prevalence. It’s vital to talk with and educate teens on this matter so they will 1) recognize the signs of depression and mental illness, 2) understand that there is no shame in seeking help, and 3) know where to turn for assistance.
We want to welcome students across the community from grades 6-9 to join us this December 3rd in the Community Room at the Princeton Municipal Building for an introduction about our program and what we do followed by a presentation provided by Attitudes in Reverse educating us about mental awareness and suicide prevention. Thanks!