Parents and caregivers often struggle with how to recognize signs and symptoms of drug use and other high-risk behaviors.
More importantly, parents often report that they are not equipped with the appropriate tools to be able to effectively address these issues and help their children receive necessary care to prevent serious consequences.
Help is available through an interactive presentation called Hidden in Plain Sight. The presentation provides parents and caregivers an opportunity to explore a mock set-up of a child’s bedroom and look for signs of drug use. The program aims to achieve the following goals: education, engagement and empowerment.
If you would like to find out when upcoming Hidden In Plain Sight presentations are taking place or would like to schedule a presentation for your organization – free of charge – please contact: Jessica Halsey, Community Health Educator at the Hancock Public Health Department, at 419-424-7189 or email@example.com.