What's the right time to talk to your kids about fentanyl?

Pick a calm moment that is distraction-free. Young people sometimes prefer having conversations where they don't have to sit face-to-face. Try talking while walking, driving, or doing other activities together.

You might want to talk after seeing drug use depicted in a TV show or before your child goes to a concert with friends.

Ask open-ended questions about what your peers are doing. Avoid lectures, and instead listen and share what you are learning. Remember that your child may be reluctant to talk about this sensitive topic. Just keep trying!

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