Families and Addiction Presentation Tonight Sponsored by Weston Police
Does it seem like our Weston Police are everywhere in the news these days? Rescuing people in the woods, shredding residents, retiring as chief (boo), and now, a forum on substance abuse and mental health led by Weston’s (and Wellesley’s; we are sharers that way) Mental Health Clinician, Kate O’Donnell. If you haven’t met her yet, you can read about her on the Owl here. You should know that she prefers Weston to Wellesley even though she won’t say it. We know it.
Tonight at 7 pm, you can choose to attend in person (masked and physically distanced) at the Weston Police Community Room or you can send an email to Kate (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will send you the details about joining virtually. Yes, there are at least two other meetings going on tonight. What can you do? Choose.
Mental health and substance abuse frequently go hand in hand. If you want to know more about signs and signals in your family or with loved ones or are just curious about it all, please attend.
The Weston Police Department is at 180 Boston Post Road Bypass.