Who Should Attend
- Teens, parents, guardians and family members
- Drug epidemic in Mercer and Middlesex counties
- Warning signs
- How to communicate as a family
- Resources in your community
- Personal experiences shared by two local teens
- Richard Wohl, MSW, MBA, President, Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH)
- Craig A. Gronczewski, MD, Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, UMCPP
- Neal B. Schofield, MD, Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, PHBH
- Joseph L. Bocchini Jr., Mercer County Prosecutor
- Barbara Sprechman BA, CPS, Coordinator, Prevention Coalition of Mercer County
- Linda Surks, BS, CPS, Coordinator, Middlesex County Coalition for Healthy Communities
- Roswell Perez, MPA, MA, SAC, East Windsor Regional School District
Ways You Can Help
- Sign up for community-wide teen service projects
- Participate in the Prescription Drop Off by bringing unused or expired prescription medications to the event for proper disposal courtesy of Plainsboro Police Department
Attendees can enter for a chance to win prizes including iPads or prescription drug lockboxes.
This program is presented in collaboration with the Prevention Coalition of Mercer County, The Middlesex County Coalition for Healthy Communities and Princeton House Behavioral Health and is supported by a generous grant from the American Medical Association Foundation.
Please provide the names of all attendees.