We sent the following email to Ms. Kim Fraser, Executive Director of the Lake County ADAMHS Board, requesting their support in stopping the flow of drugs into our community. We will let you know their response.
With the help of Ms. Rae Grady, Community Outreach Specialist with the ADAMHS Board, we provided community education classes in our home, and in local churches. I even attended a class on how to administer Narcan, and met with several agencies associated with the ADAMHS Board.
To that end, we are requesting the ADAMHS Board provide public statements supporting these common sense solutions to eliminating or, at least, reducing the supply of drugs into our community.
2. Build a barrier along our nation’s Southern border to stem the tide of illegal drugs.
3. Encourage local police departments to support the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency ensuring drug dealers are removed from our community.
To us, it is only common sense that we stop the dispensing of the highly addictive drugs; we then stop the inflow of the illicit drugs into our country, and support the law enforcement officials, who are doing their duty to uphold the drug laws currently in place, in order to protect the citizens of the community.
Thank you, in advance, for your written response.