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Residents from across the region are invited to attend a ICE forum

no to drugs.pngEastern Ranges Football & Netball Club in conjunction with the Cleve and Districts Mental Health and Wellbeing Group are holding an ICE forum next Friday April 28.

The Whyalla Ripples Support group will be presenting the forum to increase awareness of the effects of ICE and support that is available for individuals and families affected by ICE.

All members form the community are invited to attend the open free event.

Ice use in South Australia is the second worst in the nation.

Recent lab testing by the University of SA found ice use has leapt 25 per cent in the past year alone.

The forum will be held on Friday 28th of April at Rudall Community Sports Club.

For more information on the forum contact Whyalla Ripples Support Group on 0434 652 997

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