An upcoming seminar for community members, tribal employees, community stakeholders and law enforcement is aiming to spread opioid and heroin awareness to the community. The ‘Opioids/Heroin in Indian Country’ community outreach seminar is being held January 14th from 10am to 2pm. “This community outreach will consist of the Office of Justice Services Division of Drug Enforcement and United States Indian Police Academy presenting information on the opioid/heroin trends we are seeing around the country that may affect your reservations in the future,” shares the event announcement. “The Division of Drug Enforcement would like to hear from attendees on the opioid/heroin trends they are seeing in their specific areas, what is currently being done to address the drug issues and what they feel they need to address them.” The seminar on January 14th is being held in the Fort Duchesne Community Building.