Eammon’s Heart Foundation Free Speaker Series Launches Wednesday with Familiar Leaders

Haverhill City Councilor Colin F. LePage spoke to Haverhill High School seniors about drug abuse prevention Oct. 18, 2019. (WHAV News photograph)

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Eammon’s Heart Foundation, which aims to help young people become free from substance abuse, is launching a free, educational speaker series and open discussion on addiction, prevention, recovery and the role mental health plays.

The first program features a representative from Congresswoman Lori Trahan’s office; former Haverhill City Councilor Colin F. LePage; Phil Lahey of Merrimac Valley Prevention and Substance Abuse Project; Evan McGee, treatment placement specialist serving Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine; and Michael Gorman of The Movement Family

The speaker series begins Wednesday, Aug. 31, from 6-8 p.m., at The Tap Restaurant, 100 Washington St., Haverhill.

There is limited space available. There’s more at eammonsheart.org or by emailing [email protected].

According to its website, “Eammon’s Heart Foundation emerged out of a pursuit to inspire sobriety, support the community youth and a desire for actions to speak louder than words.”

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