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Posted on: April 7, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Pills, K2 and Dabs: Youth Substance Use In Our Community

What: “Pills, K2 and Dabs: Youth Substance Use In Our Community” - A presentation about the symptoms and triggers of adolescent drug use and how you can keep your child or student safe
Where: Gloucester Public Library
When: Thursday, April 23, 2015, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
For: Parents, teachers, youth workers, counselors—or anyone concerned about adolescent health and safety
Presented by: Two licensed clinicians from Lahey Health Behavioral Services, a non-profit counseling agency with clinics and programs across the North Shore. Both clinicians specialize in adolescent and school issues and work with local youth in the schools and the community.
More info: Lea Dickson 978-867-7137 or
Admission: Free. The library is handicap accessible, and there will be time for audience questions and discussion.
The program is co-funded and supported by the North Shore United Way and the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation.

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