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August Lunch and Learn Focuses on Drug Issues in Sanilac County

McKenzie Health System is pleased to welcome Steve McKenney, Sanilac County Drug Task Force, as the presenter at the August Lunch & Learn program: “The Drugs of Abuse in Sanilac County.” The workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, August 15, 2018, from Noon to 1 p.m., in the McKenzie Health System Dining Room. Lunch & Learn is a community education series held every third Wednesday of the month. The cost for the workshop is $5, and lunch is included in the price. Pre-registration is required by calling Public Relations at 810-648-6117 or emailing cmausolf@mckenziehealth.org.

“Illegal use of meth and heroin, as well as abuse of other drugs, continues to be a problem across the country and Sanilac County,” reports Louise Blasius, LMSW, LPC, Director of Human Services at McKenzie Health System. “In 2017, Officer McKenney provided information to us regarding this important topic; this year, he will update us regarding progress made on addressing drug abuse, and will educate audience members on lifesaving measures that can be taken.”

“This adult only workshop will be presented in a relaxed, personal atmosphere, where audience members feel free to ask questions. As always, a tasty, healthy lunch will be served,” adds Blasius. “But, remember that because our dining room has limited seating, pre-registration is required by calling Public Relations at 810-648-6117 or emailing cmausolf@mckenziehealth.org. We encourage people to reserve their space as soon as possible, since this class is sure to fill up fast! We hope to see you there!”

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