Kansans Attend Drug Endangered Children Training Program

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People from all across the state were in Topeka Tuesday learning about how to help children in drug abusive homes. A training session was held at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library for the Kansas Alliance for Drug Endangered Children program.

Attendees saw a presentation and learned about the effects on children when drugs are used in the home. They also learned how to spread community awareness so they can return to their communities and help children in need.

An estimated 60,000 children in Kansas live in drug or alcohol abusive homes.