Alcohol, Drugs, The Law And Your Teen; What Every Parent Should Know

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Parents are invited to attend a presentation on teenage alcohol and drug trends on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Governor Livingston High School Auditorium.  Parents will learn how to help your children to avoid the dangers and consequences of alcohol and drug use.  Learn about the most current teenage alcohol and drug trends and legal issues, not only for teens but for parents as well.

Speakers include: 

Grace H. Park, Acting Union County Prosecutor; Deborah White, Assistant Prosecutor Union County Prosecutors’ Office
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Michael Litterer, Director of Prevention Links
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Molly Berkowitz, ER Trauma Nurse
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Chief Mike Mathis, Berkeley Heights Police Department
Det/Cpl Andy Huber, Mountainside Police Department
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Bob Segear, Student Assistance Counselor Governor Livingston High School
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This event is being sponsored by the Berkeley Heights Board of Education, the Union County Prosecutors Office, Prevention Links, the Berkeley Heights and Mountainside Police Departments and the Berkeley Heights and Mountainside Municipal Alliances.

For additional information contact Bob Segear 908-464-3100 ext 2713



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