Drug Free San Juan County sponsors a Methamphetamine Victim Impact Panel. 

Addiction to Methamphetamine can be overcome.  That is the message the Meth

Victim Impact Panel gives to those who come and listen.   It is the newest program

sponsored by Drug Free San Juan County.  The Panel has received much positive

input from those who have attended.  Mark Livingston, the Meth VIP coordinator, will

arrange an appointment with those court-ordered or those are interested in learning

how to break their addiction to drugs.  He can be reached by calling 716-1955.

Location:    Magistrate Court,   950 W. Apache, Farmington, NM 87401

                                 (Judge King’s courtroom)

Clients must write the name of who sent them to the panel on the sign-in sheet.  If

they do not, the sender will not receive a report of their compliance.  There is a

$25.00 fee.  Only cash or a money order will be accepted.  Anyone coming to the

panel under the influence will NOT be allowed to attend the panel.

 This is a Methamphetamine awareness panel that will be discussing the impact

Meth has on unintentional victims: identifying and recognizing destructive behaviors:

constructing some counter strategies for these destructive behaviors and accessing

self-help tools and organizations.  Mark Livingston, the panel coordinator, is a

Methamphetamine victim and will discuss his experiences and recovery.  All are

invited to come and learn how to gain a victory over our Methamphetamine

problems.

© Drug Free San Juan County, Inc. &/or circleofdreamers.com 2019

Meth Impact Panel

 Drug Free San Juan County, Inc.
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 Meth Impact Panel Coordinator:  Mark Livingston 716-1955 e-mail: tmarklivingston@yahoo.com
Mark has overcome his addiction to Meth and tells his story as part of the Panel’s  program.  He is committed to helping others overcome their addiction because he knows the losses he suffered from his addiction.  He also knows the effort and time required to complete the requirements the legal system put upon him.  He says it is do able and worth it.  His rehabilitation helped him to see that his family and drug counselors really were on his side and wanted him to be clean of drug use.  While he was abusing drugs he felt his family and counselors were out to get him.   He is passionate in his desire to help others overcome addiction. The sessions finish with a question and answer sessions for all attendees.  They are given printed information about where to go for additional help.  An evaluation form is given to those who attend the session.  This information is used to understand the effectiveness of the session and is used to improve the sessions. You may have a story to tell and could be a presenter.  You may need to learn more about drug addiction.  You may want to support those who are required to attend.  You may want to support this good effort.  Whatever the reason, you may come to the Meth Victim Impact Panel.
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Drug Free San Juan County sponsors a

Methamphetamine Victim Impact Panel.  Addiction

to Methamphetamine can be overcome.  That is

the message the Meth Victim Impact Panel gives to

those who come and listen.   It is the newest

program sponsored by Drug Free San Juan County. 

The Panel has received much positive input from

those who have attended.  Mark Livingston, the

Meth VIP coordinator, will arrange an appointment

with those court-ordered or those are interested in

learning how to break their addiction to drugs.  He

can be reached by calling 716-1955.

Location:    Magistrate Court,   950 W. Apache,

Farmington, NM 87401

                                 (Judge King’s courtroom)

Clients must write the name of who sent them to

the panel on the sign-in sheet.  If they do not, the

sender will not receive a report of their

compliance.  There is a $25.00 fee.  Only cash or a

money order will be accepted.  Anyone coming to

the panel under the influence will NOT be allowed

to attend the panel.

 This is a Methamphetamine awareness panel that

will be discussing the impact Meth has on

unintentional victims: identifying and recognizing

destructive behaviors: constructing some counter

strategies for these destructive behaviors and

accessing self-help tools and organizations.  Mark

Livingston, the panel coordinator, is a

Methamphetamine victim and will discuss his

experiences and recovery.  All are invited to come

and learn how to gain a victory over our

Methamphetamine problems.

© Drug Free San Juan County, Inc &/or circleofdreamers.com 2019

Meth Impact Panel

Drug Free San Juan County