COVID brought threats beyond a virus.
Substance use is up. And it is not just the familiar drugs.
Stop by our booth at CESA 2021 to learn more.
COVID stole headlines much of the past 18 months. And as often happens, with the attention there, other threats emerged unnoticed. Drug cartels have upped the ante on educators by flooding the U.S. market with counterfeit pills that resemble those popular with teen partiers. But they are not what they appear. They are fentanyl, and that is a drug that slips by a standard 5-panel drug test and is potentially deadly.
Stop by our booth at CESA 2021 and let’s talk about what other schools are doing to discourage drug and nicotine use by students, keep campuses safe and ensure bright futures. We will have case studies , information you can use and even the always- popular Psychemedics Mophead pen for you to take home.
In any case, there is much to talk about, and I look forward to seeing you there.
Direct, Education Markets