Drug and alcohol awareness

St. Joseph’s GAC would like to invite you to a evening, following the implementation of our Alcohol and Substance Abuse Policy.
An OCN Level 1 course has been arranged for the young people (12-17 year olds) of club starting on Tuesday 21st January 2014 for 4 weeks, from 7pm-9pm. in Ballymacrickett Primary School to be delivered by ASCERT - Clare McFarlane, youth training officer.
A one off parent session will also be available on Tuesday 21st January from 7pm-8pm, in Ballymacrickett Primary School by ASCERT community support worker Jamie Rea.
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