H.O.P.E. Holds First Meeting in Jefferson City
JEFFERSON CITY - Officials in Jefferson City are aiming to educate the community on the dangers of heroin, Thursday. Police and doctors will hold a two-hour public meeting to discuss heroin addiction and overdoses in the Cole County-Jefferson City area. Organizers say the meeting is vital for the community. Police say they want the public to know how dangerous and prevalent heroin is in Jefferson City. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Assembly of God church on Highway C. It's the first town hall meeting for H.O.P.E. which stands for Heroin Overdose Prevention and Education.