Lakeland to host teen drug use educational program March 20
Drugs 101: What Parents Want to Know, an educational program for adults to learn the signs, symptoms and current trends of teen drug use, will be held Monday, March 20 at Lakeland High School.
The program is sponsored by Huron Valley Schools, the Huron Valley Coalition and a grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund.
During the program attendees will learn facts and trends about teen drug usage, gain skills to identify potential teen drug use, steps to take if concerned, and skills to engage kids in conversation. Additionally, a highlight of the program is a mock teen bedroom to observe and identify the obvious and not-so-obvious signs of teen drug use.
The free program is open to all adults. It will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, March 20 in the Center for Performing Arts at Lakeland High School. Walk ins will be accepted, but online registration is requested. To register, visit www.stjoeshealth.org/classes. For more information, call 734-398-7518.