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“Hidden in Plain Sight” to be held at Metuchen High School Open to the Community
On Wednesday evening April 10, 2019, the Metuchen High School’s Project Graduation and the Metuchen Municipal Alliance will co-sponsor “Hidden in Plain Sight,” an interactive substance abuse awareness and prevention program, at the Metuchen High School (400 Grove Avenue).

“Hidden in Plain Sight” to be held at Metuchen High School

Open to the Community

On Wednesday evening April 10, 2019, the Metuchen High School’s Project Graduation and the Metuchen Municipal Alliance will co-sponsor “Hidden in Plain Sight,” an interactive substance abuse awareness and prevention program, at the Metuchen High School (400 Grove Avenue). The evening will begin with a light dinner and Teen Development Networking with local agencies at 6:30 PM, followed by the formal presentation from 7:30 PM-8:30 PM.

Led by Special Agent Timothy P. McMahon, “Hidden in Plain Sight” displays a typical teenage bedroom to the audience and encourages attendees to browse through it to see how and where teens might hide drugs or paraphernalia.  The message of the program is that substance abuse affects everyone, and it’s imperative to be prepared. The presentation will provide the tools so one can intervene early and act.

The program is open to everyone over 21 years old—interested adults, parents, caregivers, teachers, coaches, and those who work with youth.  Representatives from local agencies will be on hand to share information and their expertise on child/teen development, anxiety and other pertinent issues. 

“Hidden in Plain Sight” is made possible through funding received by the Middlesex County Office of Human Services and the NJ Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA). For more information about this program, contact Judi Cheung at 732-321-8744 x-5028 or jcheung@metboe.k12.nj.us

Please CLICK HERE to see our flyer.