By Donald Noblett
WOODSTOWN -- The SCRATCH Coalition and Salem County Municipal Alliances for Prevention of Substance Abuse (MAPSA) have partnered to bring another Hidden In Plain Sight awareness presentation to Salem County on Thursday, April 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Salem County Vocational Technical School, 880 Route 45, Woodstown.
Hidden in Plain Sight seeks to educate parents, educators, youth workers and other adults about the latest drug trends. It also teaches participants how to spot potential inappropriate youth behaviors that could be taking place right in their own towns. Participants walk through a mock teenager's bedroom doing their best to spot any item that could indicate inappropriate youth behaviors. There are over 70 items to identify, which may come as a challenge to some participants. Learning how to spot the signs of potential substance abuse empowers local families to proactively protect their homes and loved ones.
Live Healthy Salem County is generously sponsoring the event after adopting it as their spring substance abuse initiative. Cumberland County MAPSA Coordinator Ashleigh Huff and Sgt. Elliot Hernandez from the Salem County Prosecutor's Office will facilitate the two-hour presentation.
"The SCRATCH Coalition is excited to bring this presentation back to Salem County," said Donald Noblett. "Requests for the Hidden In Plain Sight presentation have continued to come up as I work alongside individuals living and working in Salem County. I encourage any adult to attend the eye-opening program."
RSVP if you plan on attending, or direct any questions about the Hidden In Plain Sight presentation to Donald Noblett, SCRATCH Coalition Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 856-794-1011, ext. 316, facebook.com/SCRATCHcoalition.
To plan your own Hidden In Plain Sight event contact: Ashleigh Huff, Cumberland County MAPSA Coordinator at email@example.com or call 856-459-3082.