Residents, parents and students (grades 9-12 and college) are invited to attend Massapequa Takes Action Coalition’s virtual community movie night showing of “If They Had Known” on Wednesday, October 28th at 7:00 p.m. at its General Meeting. The short documentary, presented by the Clay Soper Memorial Fund, is spoken by kids to kids, and highlights the accidental death of Clay Soper, a thriving college student who attended a party and mixed alcohol with prescription drugs.
The viewing of the documentary will be followed by a panel discussion about the effects of substance use in the age of COVID-19. The panelists are Adrienne LoPresti, LCSW R, Associate Director of YES Community Counseling Center, and Joanne Waters, LCSW, Massapequa High School Social Worker. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link information.
To learn more about MTAC’s prevention efforts, you can like MTAC on Facebook, go to mtacoalition.com or contact Larissa Singh, MTAC Project Coordinator, at (516) 799-3203 x132 or email email@example.com.
On July 18, 2015, Clay Soper accidentally died from the combination of prescription drugs mixed with alcohol. He was 19 – a thriving college student, home for the summer.