Butler Reality Tour
Monday, June 12, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
For group tours contact Carol for arrangements:
CarolGreen@candleinc.org Ph: 724-679-6612
Reality Tour® is a drug awareness and prevention program that takes you into the life experiences of a teen addicted to drugs. It’s an experience that will create a lasting impact on all who attend.
The Reality Tour Includes:
- Dramatic presentation of choices made and consequences of a teen on drugs
- Discussions pertaining to drug and alcohol use in Butler County.
- Questions and answers with youth in recovery and law enforcement officials.
A great way for adults to start the conversation with youth about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use!
To attend child MUST be at least 10 years old and attend with THEIR parent or legal guardian. (Do not bring your child’s ‘friend’ without their parent. They will not be permitted to attend without their own parent.)
No refunds for no-shows or cancellations. (Preparations are made in advance for each attendee.)
Arrival and Tour:
Arrive by 5:40pm at Monarch Place, 100 Brugh Ave., Butler, PA 16001. Attendees must park in the lower lot behind the building. Directional signs will be posted outside.
Family Health Policy:
The Family Health Policy, a project of the non-profit CANDLE, Inc, is a way to make substance abuse prevention a priority for your family by using routine annual drug testing as a re-curring reminder. As governed by the Family Health Policy, drug testing is not done out of suspicion or distrust, but rather it accepted like an annual doctor visit or dental check up. Enrollment is recommended when your child is a pre-teen, so by the time your son or daughter is old enough to ask for the car keys, drug testing will be an accepted routine. Along the way, you will have afforded your child an ironclad excuse when pressured by peers. Click here for more information on how to enroll in the Family Health Policy.
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CANDLE, Inc. / Reality Tour: NormaNorris@candleinc.org
Reality Tour Developer