CONTRIBUTED BY RALI CARES
A unique educational experience designed to educate parents and adults about possible warning signs of teen drug use and/or misuse is coming to Greenwood Village City Hall on Sunday, August 25.
The RALI CARES trailer, a partnership between the Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative – Colorado (RALI) and Code 3 offers a tour of a mock teenager’s bedroom. Law enforcement and experts will be on hand to guide participants through the trailer, educating about warning signs, potential areas of concern and how parents or caregivers can talk to teens most effectively.
“The RALI CARES trailer is an innovative and effective way to help us all learn more about how to combat teen drug misuse,” said state Rep. Meg Froelich, a co-host of the event. “Nothing tops a hands-on lesson about warning signs that we can see in our own homes. I applaud RALI Colorado for bringing the trailer to Greenwood Village and I urge all local citizens to stop by.”
The trailer will be open to the public, ages 21 and older, from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free. No photography is permitted inside the trailer.
RALI Colorado comprises more than 35 local, state and national organizations representing healthcare stakeholders, veterans, industry leaders, realtors and others. In addition to safe disposal, the organization will work together to find solutions and share best practices for prevention, treatment and recovery related to prescription drug misuse.
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