Flagler Health’s BRAVE Summit set for tomorrow, aims to open discussions on teen mental health

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The third annual BRAVE Summit, a free event for teens that aims to break the stigma surrounding mental health, will be held Wednesday at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

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The event, hosted by Flagler Health+, runs from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is part rock concert, part peer-to-peer support system and part education. It is free and open to all high school students throughout Florida.

The Summit will feature an array of popular speakers, artists and content creators, who will hold conversations focused on encouraging attendees to take charge of their mental health. Attendees will hear from mental health advocates and enjoy live music from popular local bands.

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A summit for parents, caregivers and guardians will also be held at the same time to provide the resources for productive conversations about mental health with their teens.

As of right now, Flagler Health+ is expecting more than 1,000 students and 150 parents or guardians to participate based on registration records; however, registration is still open for last minute additions.

For more information, visit www.flaglerhealth.org.

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