Former NFL Player Talks About Use and Recovery; and Mom and Daughter Share Their Story
The Hanover Township Substance Awareness Council will present “A Conversation About the Opioid Epidemic” on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at Whippany Park High School.
Listen to their stories, ask questions, and be part of the conversation.
Jeff Hatch was a University of Pennsylvania graduate and first-team football All American. He was drafted by the N.Y. Giants and played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He will discuss his journey from injury and substance abuse to long-term recovery.
A mother and daughter will tell their family tale of opioid abuse. Kayla Grammer reflects on her teenage substance use and her route from addiction to recovery. Mom, Tracy Smith, speaks to the fight to keep her daughter healthy. Listen to their story and how it could help your family.
Admission to this event is free and open to all local and county residents. Don’t let a town border stop you from driving to Hanover Township and visiting Whippany Park High School for this event on Wednesday evening.
Whippany Park High School is located at 165 Whippany Road, Whippany, N.J. 07981.
Hanover Township is a member of the Morris County Stigma-Free initiative, a grassroots county-wide effort that aims to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders. Members of the initiative are dedicated to raising awareness of these illnesses by creating an environment where affected individuals are supported in their efforts to achieve wellness and recovery.