BURLINGTON, VT—Howard Center’s free and open to the public Marna and Stephen Wise Tulin Spring Community Education Series kicks off on March 28 from 6:00-7:00 pm with a panel discussion and follow up Q&A on “Gambling and its effects”.
Our panel will include Dan Hall, LADC, Director of Outpatient services, Howard Center, Mallory Stunell, LADC, LCMHC, Licensed Clinician, Howard Center; Cait Huble, Director of Communications for the National Council on Problem Gambling; and Jacqueline Posley, Legislative Liaison for the Vermont Department of Liquor and Lottery.
Each spring and fall, Howard Center’s Community Education Series presents expertise and dialogue on important and timely issues, often bringing together community members with diverse perspectives. This year is no exception as we explore problem gambling, cyberbullying, and how to make Vermont more welcoming and inclusive for our diverse community.
Our second event will be on May 4 from 6:00 – 7:30 pm with a special screening of the iNDIEFLIX documentary about cyberbullying called The Upstanders, followed by a panel discussion. The educational series wraps up on May 18 from 6:00 – 7:30 pm with an expert panel discussing their ideas about how we can make Vermont more welcoming and inclusive.
All sessions will be by Zoom webinar. While these events are free, registration is required. For more information or to register, please visit howardcenter.org or contact email@example.com.