Event Details


Vermont PBS in partnership with United Counseling Service, the Manchester Community Library, the Collaborative, FedUp Manchester and GNAT to focus on prevention and education geared toward youth in the community.
Join us on January 25th at 6:30pm for a showing of The Opiate Effect, an award-winning short documentary that deals with the overdose of a University of Vermont student, and will be followed by a apanel discussion. Parents and those who work with children and adolescents are encouraged to attend.

The panel will focus on prevention  and education strategies and resources, geared towards youth and will include James Reilly of United Counseling Service, Beth Sausville of DCF, Maryann Morris, of The Collaborative, Wendy Galbraith, of Fed Up, Manchester and Nissa Walke with Blueprint for Health. Andrew McKeever of GNAT- TV will moderate the discussion. This event is presented in partnership with United Counseling Service, The Collaborative, Fed Up Manchester, and GNAT-TV.

The event will be held at the Manchester Community Library, located at 138 Cemetery Ave. in Manchester Center, VT. The event is free and open to the public. Registration suggested at bit.ly/OpiateEffect.

For more information conatct Heidi French at (802) 442-5491.