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Mobile Substance Abuse Education Trailer Visits CCHS

Posted On: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from Kentucky State Police Post 15 visited Clinton County High School with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer. The purpose of the mobile education unit is to help inform the public about the devastating effects of substance abuse.  The 30-foot trailer features 14 flat screen monitors and one touch-screen monitor that present video messages about meth, heroin, marijuana, alcohol and tobacco. The videos include actual meth users who tell their real-life stories illustrated by before-and-after images that show the dramatic visual progression of their drug abuse.  The exhibit also makes use of two showcase displays to highlight examples of a variety of drug paraphernalia and meth-related items.

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from Kentucky State Police Post 15 visited Clinton County High School with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer.

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from Kentucky State Police Post 15 visited Clinton County High School with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer.

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from Kentucky State Police Post 15 visited Clinton County High School with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer.

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from Kentucky State Police Post 15 visited Clinton County High School with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer.





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