Drug and alcohol awareness presentation for parents of teens and pre-teens, includes "Hidden in Plain Sight"--strengthen your detective skills as a parent and search a typical teen’s room for clues that might indicate drug or alcohol use. Then, our guest speaker will talk about the signs of substance abuse--Kevin Hill MD, Substance Abuse Consultant and Professor at Harvard University. Local Organizations and Experts will be present and available to share information and answer questions before and after Dr. Hill’s presentation.
The Opioid Coalition of Falmouth Drug Awareness Presentation will be held on Sunday April 2nd 11:00AM at Seacrest Beach Hotel 350 Quaker Road, North Falmouth, MA. Lunch will be served with your reservation, Please RSVP by March 24th 508-548-0151 EXT175 [email protected]12.ma.us
This presentation is a free event for parents and caregivers of children, particularly preteens and teenagers. It is not intended for children under the age of 18.
The presentation will include:
Hidden in Plain Sight- This is an awareness program for parents and guardians featuring an exhibit where adults are encouraged to explore and interact with a display designed to resemble a teenager’s bedroom. Throughout the exhibit are items that may indicate that a teenager may be involved in some high-risk behavior, such as substance abuse, underage drinking, eating disorders, sexual activity, and other dangers. Falmouth Police Department will be available to answer questions.
Keynote Speaker: Kevin P. Hill, M.D., M.H.S. - Dr. Hill is an addiction psychiatrist and the Director of the Substance Abuse Consultation Service at McLean Hospital’s Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse. He is also an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Local Organizations and Experts will be present and available to share information and answer questions before and after Dr. Hill’s presentation.
The Opioid Coalition of Falmouth sponsored and supported by: Falmouth Substance Abuse Commission, Falmouth Public Schools, Falmouth Police Department, Nicholas J. Lawrence Foundation