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Packanack Community Church to Sponsor Community Forum on Addiction


Packanack Community Church to Sponsor Community Forum on Addiction

            Addiction is the epidemic that's hiding in full sight, across the nation, and increasingly among those residing within our suburban communities at large.

            In his January State of the State address, Governor Christie noted, “Nearly 16 hundred people lost their lives to drugs in New Jersey in 2015.” He added, “That’s more than four times the number of murders and three times the number killed in car accidents throughout the state.”

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            The Packanack Community Church, as part of its new Coffeehouse Speakers Series, is sponsoring ADDICTION IN OUR TOWN: What every parent should know," on Wednesday April 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the church sanctuary, 120 Lake Drive East in Wayne.

            Detectives Mark DuBois and Mike Zaccone, School Resource Officers from the Wayne Police will be facilitating this forum and will cover topics including the ever-growing suburban drug and alcohol problem within the juvenile population including the dangers of smoking, alcohol, marijuana and heroin use. Additionally, they will describe how to detect the signs of use, and how to assist our families in dealing with abuse issues.

            This important event is free, but to reserve a seat please go to                                       

            For further information contact Lisa Seela, Chair of the PCC Community Outreach Team at 908-337-8061 or by email,

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