There will be a special presentation on October 29th at 6:00 pm at Athens High School.
“If They Had Known” is a 35 minute documentary that focuses on today’s party culture and the risks of recreationally mixing prescriptions drugs with alcohol. It is an honest and emotional account of a young man named Clay Soper who accidentally died from the combination of prescription drugs mixed with alcohol. He was a thriving 19 year old college student home for the summer. He and his friends made a bad decision that is common within party culture today. No one saw it coming - no one thought Clay was in any danger that night. It is truthful and alarming and has proven to connect with students in a modern way.
Following the documentary there will be opportunity for discussion and questions with:
- Dr. James Gaskell, Health Commissioner, Athens City-County Health Department
- Nancy Roth, parent of a child in recovery
- LeeAnn Brooks, Peer Recovery Support Specialist, Hopewell Health
Please visit https://www.iftheyhadknown.com/ to view the trailer and learn more.