Madison, NJ -Would you recognize the signs of teen substance use in your home? The Madison Chatham Coalition, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and local law enforcement, invites parents and caregivers of teens to attend a free presentation and exhibit Hidden in Plain Sight at the Madison Area YMCA’s Boszhardt Family Teen Center, located at 111 Kings Road in Madison on Tues., Sept. 18, at 6 p.m.
DEA Special Agent Tim McMahon and Madison Police Department Narcotics Detective Ken Shannon will provide parents and caregivers with the latest drug trends and powerful insights on what to look for in a teenager’s space. A mock teen room that contains signals of potential substance will be on display. Attendees will have the ability to walk through the space and learn how to find potential hiding spots for substances.
Space is limited. You must register to attend Hidden in Plain Sight at https://tinyurl.com/y7cy29cx. This exhibit is open to adults 18+ and is recommended for parents and caregivers of teens. Please bring your state or government-issued photo ID to enter the Madison Area YMCA Family Center. For more information, visit www.MadisonChathamCoalition.org or call 973-822-9622.
The Madison Chatham Coalition is funded by the Office of National Drug Control Policy and is a collaborative partnership between the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America.