Friday, October 28, 2016

Prescription Drug Awareness Night

“If you ever found out that your child had some signs of cancer, you’d do everything you could to get the best treatment. But drugs? We curl up in a hole and think, ‘We all experimented. It’s not a big deal.’ However, if you’re seeing signs, they are only going to intensify. Parents need to reach out for help.” – Katie Donovan, Executive Vice President of Families Against Narcotics and mother who experienced her daughter’s seven-year descent into drug abuse.

Example's Prescription Drug Awareness Night
Tuesday, November 22
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Katie Donovan, Executive Vice President of Families Against Narcotics, will share her story about her daughter's descent into drug addiction, how it devastated her family and how they overcame so many obstacles toward her daughter's recovery.

Former Detroit Red Wing, Todd Bertuzzi, who spent 20 years in the NHL,  will discuss his personal struggle with addictive opioids and the risks involved when pain killers are prescribed to treat athletic injuries.

This event is free, open to everyone, and will take place in Lutheran North's gym

Lutheran High School North - 16825 24 Mile Road
For more information contact John Brandt: 586-781-9151.