An award-winning feature film, No Letting Go, will be presented free of charge on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. at the Wilton Library. This film depicts the potentially devastating impacts of mental health disorders which affect 1-in-5 adults and 1-in-5 youth aged 13-18 (21.4%) in the U.S. every year.

Randi Silverman, the film’s writer and producer, will lead a Q&A session following the screening. No Letting Go is a drama based on Ms. Silverman’s family journey to understand and to cope with the erratic behavior and emotional instability of their middle son, Tim.

Advance registration is recommended by calling the Wilton Library at 203-762-6334 or registering online at wiltonlibrary.org.

The screening is sponsored by Wilton Youth Services, Wilton Library, Wilton Youth Council’s Parent Connection and Laurel House.

To watch the trailer, visit nolettinggomovie.com/trailer. For more information contact Barbara Rossi, brossi@laurelhouse.net or 203-324-7734. Laurel House, a nonprofit organization in Stamford, provides resources and opportunities for people living with mental illness in communities throughout Fairfield County. Last year Laurel House helped 729 individuals and 150 families achieve and sustain mental health recovery and greater self-sufficiency.

Wilton Youth Services advocates for the emotional and social developmental needs of Wilton youth and their families by coordinating and providing programs and services designed to promote positive youth development and healthy family life.

Parent Connection is a parent-driven committee of Wilton Youth Council providing educational forums on parenting and youth related topics for the community.