Event: Want to know more about mental health resources in NYC public schools?

Join us for a conversation on how to obtain mental health resources for your kids through the public school system.

An image of the ornate facade of the The Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library.

THE CITY’s Open Newsroom is partnering with Chalkbeat, ProPublica and Brooklyn Public Library to host this event. Reporter Abigail Kramer and student journalist Yan Zhen Zhu will co-moderate a conversation between parents, students and policymakers, followed by a Q&A session. 

The event is on May 11, from 6 - 7:30 p.m., at Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library in Prospect Heights.

If you’d like to ask a question ahead of time and have it answered via email, send it to ask@thecity.nyc with the subject line “Mental Health.”

The event is free with an RSVP.

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