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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Are Your Kids Using/Abusing Drugs & Alcohol? Free Workshop Shows You What To Look For

Staff from Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services will be presenting a workshop entitled Our Youth Using Drugs, Tobacco, and Alcohol at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, 2009 at the Coudersport Elementary School LGI Room.

Come and learn about the Risks, Signs and Symptoms, What to Watch For, What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet, and the Ever Changing Drug Trends in Today’s Society.

Free Child Care during the event is available by pre registering with Mary Freeman @ 800-800-2560.

Potter County Human Service’s Parent Education Program, Children and Youth Services Department, and Drug and Alcohol Department along with Parents Helping Parents Support Groups are the sponsors.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Parents should attend this, with the children we have these days. It may not be your child, but it could be the childs bestfriend.

Anonymous said...

They also need a workshop for the children so they can tell when their parents are on drugs as well....

Anonymous said...

We all need to get our heads out of the sand. Parents and schools, instead if ignoring the signs, and many do, approach the problem before a life is ruined. The problem, no one wants to get involved, either worried about the time involved or a lawsuit. We can put on workshops and programs but if we're not going to run with it, what good is it.

Anonymous said...

AMEN !!

Anonymous said...

Do you see the pattern here? Nobody wants to talk about drug abuse. Shame on us.

Anonymous said...

I just wish that Dr's were more careful upon dishing out percocet, oxycodone, and vicodin, etc...