Even in the midst of a pandemic, the Vaping Epidemic has not disappeared
A partnership between the Churchville-Chili Central School District’s Family Learning and Support (FLASH) Network and the Monroe County Department of Health.
Join us on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 7 p.m. on the CCCSD YouTube channel.
The COVID pandemic has impacted our community in ways no one could anticipate. Unfortunately, the struggles that existed prior to the pandemic have persisted – and in some cases they are now more complicated. As we look ahead to life after COVID, we have an opportunity to recommit ourselves to addressing some of the most fundamental health problems in our community.
In this presentation, Dr. Mendoza will offer a brief overview of vaping and e-cigarette use in our community, with an emphasis on what we can do within our homes and schools now to address the short- and long-term consequences of e-cigarette use. Dr. Mendoza will be answering your questions relevant to this topic at this live event.
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