RALI CARES Educational Trailer Coming to Granite State
The Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative of New Hampshire brings together state leaders to identify solutions that help prevent the misuse of prescription medicines. We have partnered with Code 3 to bring the RALI CARES educational trailer to several stops in New Hampshire later this month. The effort helps educate community members, especially parents, about the warning signs of opioid misuse among teenagers and children.
The trailer is an interactive mock teenage bedroom which parents and community members can visit to see possible warning signs of drug abuse. It’s a useful tool that can help ensure loved ones are not misusing prescription medicines. Visitors can also speak with former vice cops and local law enforcement staffing the trailer about resources available in their community if they are concerned about their children after visiting.
The current schedule of events for the RALI CARES trailer is below. Additional stops will be announced soon and posted here as they are available.
Thursday, March 21st
New Hampshire Statehouse
107 N Main St, Concord, NH 03303
We’ll be joined by New Hampshire’s Drug Czar David Mara, the Governor’s Advisor on Addiction and Behavioral Health.
Friday, March 22nd
Strafford County Sheriff’s Office
259 County Farm Rd., Dover, NH 03820
Monday, March 25th
Exeter Fire Station
20 Court Street, Exeter, NH 03833
We’ll be joined by State Senator Jon Morgan
To learn more about what RALI New Hampshire is doing to address opioid misuse and addiction, visit ralinh.org.