5th annual Parenting Conference to focus on how to keep kids safe

Originally published in The Napa Valley Register on April 5, 2018 By Register Staff.

A free all-day conference on how to keep children safe emotionally, the dangers of addictions and the sexual issues that confront youths will be held April 13 at Napa Valley College in Napa.

One panel led by Mary Butler, Napa County’s chief probation officer, will discuss youth suicide. The panel will include Chaplain Lee Shaw.

The keynote speaker is Christina Baird, author of “How Far Will I Run”, who will talk about overcoming childhood traumas.

The conference starts at 7:30 a.m. with registration and a light breakfast. Presentations will start at 8:30 a.m.

Lunch will be offered, with a choice of afternoon workshops.

To register, go to www.napavalley.edu/studentaffairs/CDC/fkce/Pages/webreg.aspx

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