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Dinolfo Reminds Residents of Upcoming Opioid Outreach Seminars at Local Schools

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo is reminding parents and students in the Webster, Churchville Chili, and Hilton School Districts about the opportunity to attend informational seminars on opioid addiction this week. The expanded and enhanced seminars are part of Dinolfo’s Monroe County Opioid Action Plan, combatting the nationwide heroin and opioid crisis in our area.

“To curtail this crisis and ultimately save lives, more addiction education and awareness will be key,” said Dinolfo. "Initially launched in 2016 and recently expanded through our new Monroe County Opioid Action Plan, these seminars are an effective tool in our local fight against the nationwide heroin and opioid epidemic. I invite all parents, students, teachers, and staff in the Webster, Churchville Chili, and Hilton School Districts to join us for a vital and needed community conversation this week.”

Hosted by Dinolfo in partnership with local school districts and the Monroe County Legislature, the seminars will feature local subject matter experts such as County Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, Chief Medical Investigator Robert Zerby, and Monroe County Sheriff Deputy Michael Favata, as well as counselors, community organizations, local police departments, and parents of children who have been lost to addiction.

Expanded school outreach seminars scheduled for this week are as follows:

District: Webster
Location: Willink Middle School Cafeteria
Date/Time: Tuesday, February 27th at 6:30 PM

District: Churchville-Chili
Location: Performing Arts Center, Senior High School
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 28th at 6:30 PM

District: Hilton
Location: Hilton High School Auditorium
Date/Time: Thursday, March 1st at 7:00 PM