Facing Addiction Over Dinner Discussion Guide

Don't know how to start the conversation with your kids? Use this guide as a helpful resource.

Facing Addiction Over Dinner Discussion Guide

This year, we are calling on everyone across the country to have dinner with the people they care about and to break the silence on drugs and addiction by discussing it. Prepare for your conversation by printing out this guide and using it to educate yourselves and others on drugs and addiction to help support the cause and end the silence.

Learn more about Dr. Oz's Facing Addiction Over Dinner

Do you know everything you need to about drugs in order to start a productive conversation with your family? Learn more here. 

You don’t have to wait to start the conversation, find out Pediatrician Tanya Altmann's, MD advice on how to talk to your kids about drugs and alcohol today.

Prescription medication can be the stepping stone to substance abuse. Learn all the information on opioid addiction and prescription medication so you can be informed when you or a family member go the doctor. 

If you or someone you know needs help with an addiction problem, find out the recovery resources that are available

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