A Community Conversation

Responding to the Heroine Epidemic in Monmouth County

Anyone can fall prey to the deadly grasp of heroin and other opioids. Mitchell Delmar’s daughter was a dean’s list student at Rutgers University when it happened to her. The Monmouth County dad told her story at a TEDx conference. His personal perspective will help you understand addiction’s pervasive evil.

Please join us on April 26th at Monmouth University’s Pollak Theater for to learn what you can do to stave off this very real threat. The WEforum and Monmouth Medical Center’s Community Conversation: Responding to the Heroin Epidemic in Monmouth County is designed to give parents greater insight into the epidemic in our backyards and what we all can do to help mitigate it. The event is free but registration is required. www.barnabashealth.org/2017conversation.

TEDx Talk

Text

DISCLAIMER

If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor, 911 or other emergency medical services number.  The content on the WEForum website, including all articles, links, information and other materials contained on the WEForum website, is for informational purposes only. If you have or believe you have a medical condition, you must only seek and follow the advice of your physician or other health provider and may not rely on any aspect of the content on the WEForum website.  The content on the WEForum does not constitute, nor is it intended to be a substitute for, professional medical advice, diagnosis and treatment.

WEForum does not recommend or endorse any products, procedures, tests, physicians, opinions or other information or services that may be included or referred to in the content on the WEForum website. You may not rely on any content on the WEForum website or rely on any owner, manager, officer, employee, service provider or advisor of WEForum or on any other person appearing or referred to on the WEForum website or on any visitor to the WEForum website or on any information or other content of or made available by any such person.

The WEForum website contains health- and medical-related materials, some of which may be viewed as being sexually explicit. You are advised not to use the WEForum website or read any of the content on the WEForum website if you could be offended by such information.