FOR PARENTS & TEENS
Marijuana: Hashing Out Fact from Fiction
Dr. Shannon Murphy
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Dr. Murphy was selected by the AAP to work on a national committee to develop a toolkit for physicians to aid in the identification, intervention, and referral of adolescents at risk for mental health and substance abuse issues. SAM is a team of mental health and public health officials, doctors, treatment providers, prevention specialists, teachers, law enforcement, and concerned community members working to educate the public on the health issues and safety concerns associated with marijuana.
Dr. Murphy is a resident of Homewood and has three children.
This program is for parents and teens.
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Help the Hills was formed in an effort to foster open dialogue with parents, educators, and community leaders. Parents are the first line of defense in educating young people and Help the Hills hopes to provide information, tips, and strategies to help parents have those necessary conversations.
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