"Got Health?" – Community-based Health Talks
The Center sponsors FREE health talks called “Got Health?” to help community members get and stay healthy. The talks cover basic health information and are delivered in easy-to-understand language, with plenty of time for questions and answers. They take place in community settings, such as places of worship, recreation centers, and libraries.
GOT HEALTH? TALK — “DRUGS, ALCOHOL & OTHER SUBSTANCES: Why do we use them and why can’t we stop”
Please join us on Thursday, February 16, 2017, 12:10-12:50 pm, in the Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Central Library, 115 South Avenue, Rochester, NY. Patrick Seche, Director of the Strong Recovery/Addiction Psychiatry Division and Associate Clinical Administrator for the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center, will talk about how drugs & alcohol act in our body, what it means to be addicted, treatment and recovery options, and the benefits of prevention efforts. Parking is available in the Court Street garage, which is connected to the library.
Looking for a speaker?
Would you like to schedule a speaker for your group? Contact Marcia Middleton, Director of Health Communications and Outreach, at (585) 224-3058 or send an email to Marcia Middleton