CPSA Presents: “What I Wish I Knew” Forum Recap

Posted on: March 4, 2019  |  Posted in: Community Blog

On Thursday, February 28, 2019, the Community Prevention and Safety Alliance (CPSA), an action team of the SDMFC, hosted a special forum on interpersonal communication at Serra High School called “What I Wish I Knew.” The event was a follow-up to last September’s successful “What I Wish My Parents Knew” forum, which covered a wide variety of topics for parents and youth participants. This forum focused on how to improve communication between parents and their kids – something that most families struggle with at one point or another. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our team, as well as volunteers and panelists, the “What I Wish I Knew” forum was a success. Thank you to everyone who played a part in creating this special night, and thanks to everyone who attended!

The February forum was attended by 41 parents and youth, featured three fun and engaging activities, and concluded with an in-depth panel Q&A session with parent representatives, communications experts, and local service providers. Food was provided by ARC.

Check out photos of the event below, and if you’d like more information regarding upcoming CPSA forums and events, send an email to cpsa.sdmfc@gmail.com!