Central Saanich police officer Cst. Glen Davies checks on a file in this file image. (News Staff/File)

Drug awareness forum at Stelly’s May 31

Central Saanich high school location for evening public session

The community is invited to a drug awareness forum at Stelly’s Secondary School in Central Saanich on May 31.

The event takes place Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the library at the school on Stelly’s Cross Road. It features a variety of speakers from the University of Victoria Centre of Addictions Research, Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) Addictions outpatient Treatment Program, VIHA’s Discovery Youth and Family Services, the Vancouver island Crisis Society and the Central Saanich Police Service.

A Central Saanich Police officer will be part of the collection of speakers that evening.

The public is welcome to attend.

— Central Saanich Police Service

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