Q and A Breakfast

Drug use and Mental Health in our communities - a snapshot.

Special guests:

Constable Nathan Verindah - NSW Police

Constable Mark Harrison - NSW Police

Detective Inspector Brendon Cullen - NSW Police

Linda Gibbard - Youth Mental Health Service NSW Health

Mitch Dobbie - Youth Mental helath Service NSW Health

- Headspace Tweed Heads

- Paramedic, NSW Ambulance Service

Q and A Breakfast

Friday, May 22nd, 7:30-10am

Mantra Resort, Salt, Kingscliff - Pavillion room (by the tennis court)

Cost is $40/head. This will cover a full plated breakfast, coffee, tea, juice, and room hire.

Your school will be invoiced after you RSVP to cath.lalor4@det.nsw.edu.au by Monday 17th May please.

All Principals are encouraged to attend.

Agenda:

1. Local police will present a snapshot of what is going on in our communities re drugs and mental health issues

2. Opportunity for Principals to comment or share

3. Panel will be introduced and briefly talk about their roles

4. Forum is open for questions from the floor and discussion