CITY OF GENEVA: Wake Up Call Parent, Community Presentation
City of Geneva issued the following announcement on Jan. 13.
Geneva Community Unit School District 304 and the Kane County Juvenile Justice Council are partnering to host a free program to engage parents and community members in a discussion about the reality of drug and alcohol use among students.
Wake Up Call is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019 at Geneva High School. The presentation includes three speakers from Your Choice to Live, Inc., including the organization’s founder – a mother of a recovering addict.
Your Choice to Live, Inc. is a drug and alcohol abuse prevention program for students, parents and communities.
This event is free to the public, thanks to the underwriting support of the Kane County Juvenile Justice Council. The event is not limited to District 304 parents. All adults ages 21 and over are welcome.
A resource fair will follow the Wake Up Call presentation, featuring information tables from local support service resources, which to date include:
- Anchorpoint – Adolescent Consultant Group
- Gateway Foundation
- Geneva Police Department
- National Alliance on Mental Illness – Kane, DeKalb and Kendall Counties
- Northwestern Medicine Behavioral Health Services
- Rosecrance Health Network
- Stenzel Clinical Services
- Wellness Within of Fox Valley
Original source can be found here.
Source: City of Geneva