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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Drug Take-Back Day


Dispose of Drugs Safely. Turn in unwanted and expired medications at one of the several drop off locations throughout Lee's Summit. Medications can be accepted in the original bottles, no need to remove labels. Needles and inhalers are NOT accepted. At each of these locations representatives from the Lee’s Summit Police Department will be on hand to accept the medications and answer questions.

A Parent University Special Presentation

Youth Mental Health and Suicide Prevention: A Community Conversation

Wednesday, November 1, 6:30 - 7:30pm
Lee's Summit City Hall, 220 E. Green St.

A panel discussion by mental health professionals and suicide prevention advocates, including:

Drs. Steven and Karen Arkin, St. Luke's Hospital
Terry Trafton, CommCare
Marsha Palmer-Thelwell, ReDiscover
Chief Travis Forbes, Lee's Summit Police Department
Dr. Edwin Kraemer, Truman Medical Center - Lakewood

Q/A session to follow the panel discussion | Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Resource Fair

All are welcome, but space is limited.

Announcing Our Fall Lineup!

Parent University


In partnership with the Lee's Summit R-7 School District and ReDiscover, Lee's Summit CARES announces its lineup of parenting classes and workshops for fall 2018.

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