Hidden In Plain Sight Program Offered To Parents In Galion

Hidden In Plain Sight Program Offered To Parents In Galion

  • 10/19/2018 4:29:06 PM
  • WMFD Digital Team
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GALION, OH - Galion City Schools will offer Hidden In Plain Sight programs to parents on October 30th, and November 1st. 

The Marion Crawford Prevention Programs will be at the Galion High School with their Hidden In Plain Sight presentation, as part of Red Ribbon Week activities. 

Hidden In Plain Sight is an interactive parent education program that walks parents through a virtual bedroom showing hidden and not-so-hidden signs of risky behavior and mental illness. 

After the room tour concludes, parents will be educated on the items found in the room and pertinent problems in the local community as well as given resources on how to talk with their children about these issues and contacts for help if needed. 

The presentation will last one hour and will be offered at 4, 5, and 6 PM on both October 30th and November 1st. 

Research shows that kids whose parents talk to them about the risks of drugs and alcohol are 50% less likely to develop a drug or alcohol problem in the future. 

For more information, contact Galion High School at 419-468-6500. 

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