Walton Central High School is hosting a community roundtable to talk about opioid and heroin addiction May 25.

The event, which starts with a pizza snack at 5:30 p.m., is coordinated by Truth Pharm founder, Alexis Pleus, whose son died of a heroin overdose in 2014.

The roundtable is intended to inform participants about the signs of addiction or substance use, how to cope as a family member, finding treatment, dealing with loss and how to offer help.

On June 1st Truth Pharm will provide free Nalaxone training and kits at the high school

Walton High School is located at 47-49 Stockton Avenue in Walton.