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Meth Awareness & Prevention Train-the-Trainer Initiative in Carrizozo

posted Apr 10, 2012, 1:40 PM by Lynn Southard   [ updated Aug 5, 2013, 1:17 PM by Zack Freeman ]

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Attorney General Gary King's Methamphetamine Awareness and Prevention "Train-the-Trainer" Initiative is in Carrizozo Thursday, April 12, 2011 training volunteers to take the AG's presentation into their communities to combat Meth use and abuse.  

The training is being held at Otero County Electrical, 507 12th Street, from 10 am-12 noon.

After completion of this training, instructed volunteers will be able to instruct and answers questions like:
  • What is Meth?
  • How to do I recognize Meth in my community?
  • What do I do if a Meth lab is suspected in my neighborhood?
  • Is there anything communities can do to prevent Meth from coming into our schools and homes?
  • What is the legal process that will be followed when someone in my area is caught with Meth?

Trainings are free of charge. Anyone interested in becoming a trainer should contact Doris Budris at 1-877-496-3559 or dbudris@nmag.gov.
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