Town Hall Conversation: The Silent Struggle of Mental Health, Presented by ABC11

During Mental Health Awareness Month, ABC11 hosted a special town hall discussion titled “The Silent Struggle.” The panel of guests included experts discussing various mental health challenges and resources available. The conversation took place in the ABC11 Raleigh studio and lasted for an hour.

The panel featured a diverse group of individuals ready to address the issues surrounding mental health. Debbie Morales, a mother who tragically lost her son in a shooting incident, was one of the guests. Raleigh child psychiatrist Dr. Nerissa Price also discussed the long-term effects of gun violence trauma on children.

Viewers can watch the full town hall discussion on the ABC11 website or through their mobile and streaming app. The expert panel was composed of individuals with unique perspectives and experiences, shedding light on the importance of mental health awareness and support.

Mark Simon, Mary Wise, and Kerwin Pittman were additional guests featured at the town hall, each bringing their insight and expertise to the conversation. The event aimed to provide valuable information and resources to help individuals struggling with mental health challenges.

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