Heroin use clinics set at 2 locations

Sherburne County Sheriff's Department
The Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with Know the Truth will be hosting two community forums with a focus on heroin use and addiction.  
These events are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about heroin and other illegal drugs that are being used in our community.  The events will be held in the cities of Elk River and Becker on the following evenings;
-Wed, July 9 at the Elk River High School Zabee Theatre 7 to 9 p.m.
- Wed, July 30 at the Becker High School Auditorium 7 to 9 pm.  
Both events will consist of a panel discussion and an opportunity for attendees to ask questions of the panel.  
Members of the Sherburne County Attorney’s Office, The Elk River Police Dept, The Becker Police Dept, The Big Lake Police Dept and the Drug Enforcement Agency will be participants on the panel.  
These two forums are being sponsored by the Sherburne County Sub-stance Use Prevention Coalition.


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SHERBURNE COUNTY SHERIFF Joel Brott at the Orrock Township meeting Wednesday. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

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