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Visit Central East ATTC’s website for upcoming trainings, webinars and other events.

REGION 3 EVENTS:

December 12, 2019: Westminster, MD Free Screening –  “Heroin Still Kills”, Not in Carroll. This is a FREE screening of “Heroin Still Kills!” Starting at 6pm, this event will feature the all-new 2019 film “Heroin Still Kills” as well as community speakers to include Commissioner Eric Bouchat, Carroll County Health Department (CCHD) Substance Abuse Prevention Supervisor Linda Auerback, CCHD Certified Peer Support Specialist Heather Asbury, and “Heroin Still Kills” Director Shawn Wehland.

February 13, 2020: Mars, PA Mars Reality Tour 2019-2020, Candle Inc. Reality Tour® is a drug awareness and prevention program that takes you into the life experiences of a teen addicted to opioids. It’s a parent/child prevention experience with lasting impact. It provides the foundation for future discussions. Dramatic scenes that depict an arrest and imprisonment, an emergency room overdose, and a funeral. The Reality Tour Includes: 1) Dramatic presentation of choices made and consequences of a teen on drugs; 2) Coping skills to use as a family; and 3) Q & A with youth in recovery.

March 12, 2020: Mars, PA Mars Reality Tour 2019-2020, Candle Inc. Reality Tour® is a drug awareness and prevention program that takes you into the life experiences of a teen addicted to opioids. It’s a parent/child prevention experience with lasting impact. It provides the foundation for future discussions. Dramatic scenes that depict an arrest and imprisonment, an emergency room overdose, and a funeral. The Reality Tour Includes: 1) Dramatic presentation of choices made and consequences of a teen on drugs; 2) Coping skills to use as a family; and 3) Q & A with youth in recovery.

April 16, 2020: Mars, PA Mars Reality Tour 2019-2020, Candle Inc. Reality Tour® is a drug awareness and prevention program that takes you into the life experiences of a teen addicted to opioids. It’s a parent/child prevention experience with lasting impact. It provides the foundation for future discussions. Dramatic scenes that depict an arrest and imprisonment, an emergency room overdose, and a funeral. The Reality Tour Includes: 1) Dramatic presentation of choices made and consequences of a teen on drugs; 2) Coping skills to use as a family; and 3) Q & A with youth in recovery.


 

National Alliance on Mental Health. These walks support organizations that host education programs, facilitate support groups, provide mental health trainings, advocate for access to services, and offer a compassionate place to turn for the millions of Americans living with mental illness.

These events have already taken place for 2019. 2020 events will be posted soon.


 

 

 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. These events raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss.

DELAWARE:

These events have already taken place for 2019. 2020 events will be posted soon.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:

November 2, 2019: Washington, DC Washington DC Walk 

MARYLAND:

These events have already taken place for 2019. 2020 events will be posted soon.

PENNSYLVANIA:

These events have already taken place for 2019. 2020 events will be posted soon.

VIRGINIA:

November 2, 2019: Danville, VA – Danville – South Central Walk

WEST VIRGINIA:

These events have already taken place for 2019. 2020 events will be posted soon.


OUT OF THE DARKNESS CAMPUS WALKS

These events have already taken place in the spring of 2019.

DELAWARE:

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:

MARYLAND:

PENNSYLVANIA:

VIRGINIA:

WEST VIRGINIA:


THE OVERNIGHT WALK

These events have already taken place for 2019. 2020 events will be posted soon.