CHATHAM, NJ - Would you recognize the signs of teen substance use in your home? 

The Consortium of Berkeley Heights, Chatham, Millburn, New Providence, and Summit School Districts invites parents and caregivers of teens to attend a free presentation and exhibit Hidden in Plain Sight, an interactive drug education program for parents, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Chatham High School located at 255 Lafayette Ave. in Chatham on Tues., Jan. 14. 

A mock teenage bedroom will display everyday items that can be indicators of drug use or risky behavior. 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. 

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This presentation is being offered in partnership with the Madison Chatham Coalition (MCC) and Municipal Alliance Committee of the Chathams (MACC).

 

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