‘My Ascension’ documentary to air in Aitkin County with Public Health, CAPS presentations
(Aitkin, MN) — Coming in September, Aitkin County Public Health will be holding special screenings and presentations on ‘My Ascension’, a film to spread hope and fight suicide, throughout Aitkin County with help from the Committee for hte Awareness & Prevention of Suicide (CAPS) program.
Public Health Educator Stacey Durgin Smith checked in with R&J Broadcasting on the film’s background and story from Emma Benoit.
The message of the documentary has also given a second chance to Benoit and help spread suicide prevention.
4 events will be held in total with screenings in Aitkin, McGregor, and Hill City, with panel discussions, conversations, and light dinner after.
`My Ascension’ is free of charge to attend but registration must be done on eventbrite.com or call 218-927-7201 for assistance.
Dates for ‘My Ascension” are September 12th for Aitkin High School Students, September 13th for hte Aitkin Community at 5:30pm at the The Journey North Church, September 26th for McGregor School Students and Community at 5:30pm at Fireside Inn, and September 27th for Hill City School Students and Community during the day.
Listen to our full conversation with Stacey Durgin Smith of Aitkin County Public Health by going to rjbroadcasting.com.