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A townhall meeting focusing on drug use is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. February 2, in the Ray Mix Room of Wayne County Community College District's Downriver Campus, 21000 Northline Road.
The meeting, hosted by 23rd District Court Judge Geno Salomone, Fire Chief Stephen Portis and Police Chief Mary Sclabassi, will discuss the problems of heroin and prescription drug (opioid) use. The event is free, and light refreshments will be served.
The meeting will discuss how big the problems are in the area; what is being done to address these issues; and what are treatment options.
Others involves in the presentation will be Suzette Goff, director of Emergency Services for Beaumont Hospital-Taylor; Angela Croft, City Councilperson; Jill Blackson, deputy director of Community Care Services; Simone Salvas, community organizer for the Taylor Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force; Michelle Calvillo, LMSW social worker participant, 23rd District Court Drug Court Program.
For a flyer on the event, click here