Hidden In Plain Sight Posted on April 8, 2018, updated on April 16, 2018 by Zach Thomas Parents and caregivers often struggle with how to recognize signs and symptoms of drug use and other high-risk behaviors. More importantly, parents often report that they are not equipped with the appropriate tools to be able to effectively address these issues and help their children receive necessary care to prevent serious consequences. This is where Hidden In Plain Sight can help. Hidden In Plain Sight in an interactive presentation that provides parents and caregivers an opportunity to explore a mock set-up of a child’s bedroom and look for signs of drug use. The program aims to achieve the following goals: EDUCATE. Children are 50% less likely to use drugs when a parent or trusted adult talks with them about drug use. ENGAGE. Walk through the Hidden In Plain Sight interactive display and identify signs of drug use. EMPOWER. Parents and caregivers will increase their ability to prevent future drug use. If you would like to find out when upcoming Hidden In Plain Sight presentations are taking place or would like to schedule a presentation for your organization – free of charge – please contact: Deputy Beth Baker – 419-424-7253 or [email protected] Hidden In Plain Sight is brought to you by the Hancock Leadership Class of 2018 In Collaboration Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, Findlay Police Department and Hancock County Community Partnership Sponsors Include: Hancock County Community Partnership, Ashley Furniture, Hancock Leadership Alumni Association, Judge Kristen Johnson, Lowe’s Distribution Center, Marathon Petroleum Corporation, Rowmark, Valfilm LLC, Blanchard Valley Health System, First Federal Bank of the Midwest, Hancock Home Builders’ Association, and Legacy Farmers’ Cooperative.