Pitt-Johnstown Student Union Bldg, Cambria Room, 450 Schoolhouse Rd, 15904
Featuring: 10AM - Robin King, DO presenting "Designer Drugs"; 11AM - Bethany Winters, Community Mobilizer for Cambria County Prevention Coalition; 11:30AM - Interactive Modules (round table discussion) K-9 Dogs and many informational booths; 12:30PM - Detective Thomas Keirn, Safe Streets Task Force, Richland Police Department; 1:30PM - District Attorney Kelly Callihan, Cambria County.
Designed for parents, grandparents, educators, middle school students, high school students, college students, clergy, healthcare professionals. Not recommended for children under 12 years. Parental discretion strongly advised
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 814-269-2948 or text to 814-288-8987 - Please include your name, number attending and email address
Food will be available on site; NO ADMISSION FEE (Continuing Education Credits for Healthcare Professionals are available for $40.00 processing. Please register online at www.cscouncil.com)
Sponsors: Cambria-Somerset Council for Education of Health Professionals, Inc; Pitt-Johnstown's Nursing Students; Criminal Justice Students; Communications Students; Education Students; Pitt-Johnstown Campus Police & Sodexo