Keeping Your Kids Alcohol and Drug Free: Super Panel

Parents of Portland area children in grade school, middle school and high school: Here’s the special summer event you don’t want to miss!

Wednesday, June 25, noon – 1:30 p.m.
at Montgomery Park
2701 NW Vaughn Avenue, Portland 97210
Only $25, Including Lunch!
Register Now! Parking is Free!

When it comes to alcohol and drug prevention, parents are the biggest influence on kids. Hear from an expert panel on what you can do to keep your kids away from alcohol and drugs.

Practical advice for parents and families!

The latest information on what the research says about prevention, and what works

How to talk to your kids about alcohol and drugs – from grade school to high school

The adolescent brain and how to understand it!

Scheduled Panelists:

  • Pamela Erickson – Manager of “Face it, Parents” underage drinking prevention campaign
  • Stephen Grant – Therapist, social worker in Portland schools
  • Emily Moser – Parenting Programs Director, Oregon Partnership
  • Bonnie Nagel, Ph.D – Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, OHSU, adolescent brain researcher
  • Marvin Seppala, M.D. – Psychiatrist and Medical Director of Beyond Addictions in-home detox and outpatient addiction treatment program, international speaker
  • Linda Sneddon – Child and Family Prevention Program Coordinator for LifeWorks NW
  • The Honorable Nan Waller – Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge, Multnomah County Commission on Children, Families & Community

Panel discussion will be led by Pete Schulberg, Communications Director at Oregon Partnership, a statewide non-profit working to promote healthy kids and communities by raising awareness about drug and alcohol issues, providing drug prevention education in classrooms, and 24-hour crisis lines for callers needing help.

To learn more, visit

To Register, email Danny Slifman at or call 503-244-5211.

Click here to download the event flyer.


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