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    Carrie Arndt, of 'AWAKE' discusses how cans and bottles can be used by teens to do drugs as Kathy Schnapp, left, of 'AWAKE' looks on.

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    Carrie Arndt uses the 'Teen Bedroom Display' to teach parents where to look for signs of teens at risk.

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Carrie Arndt, of 'AWAKE' discusses how cans and bottles can be used by teens to do drugs as Kathy Schnapp, left, of 'AWAKE' looks on.

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Carrie Arndt of "AWAKE", an anti-abuse substance abuse program, discusses how kids use cans and bottles to use drugs during "Hidden in Plain Sight" program.

 

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Carrie Arndt uses the 'Teen Bedroom Display' to teach parents where to look for signs of teens at risk.

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A "Teen Bedroom Display" depicting clues of high risk behaviors was set up to help parents spot potential drug or alcohol problems in their children.

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