White Sulphur Springs is on the move once again.
With the drug and opioid epidemic that has become a crisis in our communities today, White Sulphur Springs and the Emmanuel United Methodist Church has invited Dr. Barry Ball to present ways in which we can support those who are involved both directly and indirectly with the opiod crisis. Dr. Ball was with the Drug Enforcement Administration in Maryland where he worked on large drug cases. It was there that he was exposed to the plight of Drug Endangered Children. Today, Dr. Ball travels to local communities to assist them in finding ways they can help respond to the opoid crisis.
Please plan on joining Dr. Ball on Sept. 22 from 8:30-11 a.m. at Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 31 Tressel Street, White Sulphur Springs. For further information or questions please contact Shari Stilgenbauer at 304-536-1291.
Let’s work to save our communities and find ways in which we can help those involved with this opioid crisis.