Heading back to school is a time of transition, especially for students entering middle or high school or students attending a new school. Studies show that times of transition increase a child’s risk for substance use.
Heroin has changed over the years, along with those who are using it. So let’s get informed and up to date on this drug so that factual and accurate prevention messages can be shared with our children. We’ll begin by debunking a few common myths.
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Last week, Chardon High School students hosted a picnic to help educate the community about the dangers and devastating consequences of substance abuse. This event brought together school and city leaders, first responders and families with kids of all ages.
Attendees enjoyed games, food and fun activities. In addition, the student organizers included an important message about talking to kids about drug abuse. A panel of experts discussed this important issue with those in attendance.