‘We want people who care,’ says counselor
Volunteers sought for new drug and alcohol program
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois is looking for a few good men and women to support a new drug and alcohol resistance program in Lee and Ogle County schools.
“We want people who care,” said Jamie Kanady, counselor for Project LEAD, or Leaders Encouraging Abstinence from Drugs.
The new, grant-funded program will serve youth in fifth through 12th grades. It aims to equip students with assets that will help them not only resist drugs and alcohol, but also build character and become leaders among their peers, she said.
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