Lynn Riemer, founder and President of ACT on Drugs, Adolescent and Community Training.
Monday, March 25 at 6:30 p.m., CPP Middle School Theater
The Corning-Painted Post Area School District has scheduled a public presentation on the topic of teenage vaping and substance abuse with a national expert, Lynn Riemer. This event will be held on Monday, March 25th at 6:30 pm in CPP Middle School’s theater. The information that will be shared will be helpful to parents and our community to learn more about this important topic, including awareness of the latest data, current trends, resources and how you can be proactive in this area.
About Lynn Riemer, Founder and President:
TV interview with Lynn
Lynn Riemer, has a regional and National reputation as a speaker, trainer, and advocate on the issues related to substance abuse. As an experienced chemist and prior member of the North Metro Drug Task Force in Colorado, her experience and engaging style brings a real, personal, and vivid face to the issues presented by illicit drug use. Lynn speaks regularly with students, community child advocacy groups, industrial and professional groups, and employees of local and State governmental agencies. She addresses drug awareness, recognition, and prevention. Her presentations cover all abused-substances, including legal and illegal drugs, plant material, and synthetic “designer drugs”. Lynn has co-chaired the Drug Endangered Children program, as well as worked to create new laws protecting children who are living in homes where meth is manufactured. She is a co-author of the book “The Methamphetamine Crisis: Strategies to Save Addicts, Families, and Communities,” and received the Community Champion for Children Award from Adams & Broomfield CASA in 2010. While working with the North Metro Drug Task Force she developed intensive programs used to train emergency and community service workers in the handling of hazardous waste and the management of clandestine labs. Additionally, she has been a member of governmental committees to create regulations for meth clean up in the state of Colorado.