Peers highlight key drug issues

Daybreak facilitator Matt Fulton with Irymple Secondary College school captain Brodie Adams, 16, Chaffey Secondary College vice-captain Chrissy Robson, 15, Sunraysia Youth Drug Forum committee school co-ordinator Jackie Watson and Mildura police Senior Constable Monique Sefton at the Sunraysia Youth Drug Forum at Mildura Arts Centre. Picture: Louise Donges

Daybreak facilitator Matt Fulton with Irymple Secondary College school captain Brodie Adams, 16, Chaffey Secondary College vice-captain Chrissy Robson, 15, Sunraysia Youth Drug Forum committee school co-ordinator Jackie Watson and Mildura police Senior Constable Monique Sefton at the Sunraysia Youth Drug Forum at Mildura Arts Centre. Picture: Louise Donges

SUNRAYSIA high school students explored the outcomes of prescription and illicit drug use during some eye-opening presentations as part of the 2017 youth drug forum. 

Students from six schools across the region attended yesterday’s forum at the Mildura Arts Centre, run by Victoria Police, Sunraysia Community Health Services and headspace. 

The forum featured guest speakers, student presentations and a panel session for students to ask questions.

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