Join Colonial Behavioral Health for a virtual screening of Scattering CJ. This timely documentary tells the powerful story of Hallie Twomey, a grieving mother who put a call out on Facebook after losing her elder son CJ to suicide. Her request: To honor her son’s memory and love of travel by scattering his ashes in as many amazing places as possible. The request went viral. A global community formed to scatter CJ’s ashes in thousands of locations worldwide, helping Hallie find the peace and courage to become a powerful voice in the fight against the suicide.

The FREE virtual screening will be held on January 13, 2021 at 12 p.m. Following the virtual screening, a brief discussion will be hosted by Heather Nickerson, Licensed Therapist – Colonial Behavioral Health.

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Scattering CJ is not only an intimate depiction of one family’s journey towards healing; it’s a broader conversation about the kindness of strangers, breaking down stigmas surrounding suicide and how we can all play a role in supporting mental wellness.

Check out the trailer for the film here:

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We hope you will join us!