CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - A traveling exhibit stopped in Vermillion County on Thursday.
It's called 'Hidden in Plain Sight.'
Experts guide parents through a simulation with a mock bedroom.
It highlighted the many areas teenagers can hide drugs or alcohol.
Organizers say the exhibit is a way to help parents be proactive in protecting their children.
The Hamilton Center in Clinton hosted the exhibit.
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