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The Fentanyl Epidemic: Three perspectives on the leading cause of death for young people.

March 25 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm


Join us for an insightful webinar delving into the reality of the fentanyl epidemic, now the leading cause of death for young people. Gain a comprehensive understanding through three distinct perspectives:

1. Understanding the Crisis: Explore why the fentanyl epidemic has become so pervasive, surpassing even heroin as a primary cause of fatalities.

2. Access and Vulnerability: Learn how children are gaining access to fentanyl and other opioids, uncovering the root causes of their susceptibility to these dangerous substances.

3. Protective Measures and Intervention: Discover practical solutions to safeguard your children against opioid exposure, including tips for proactive prevention and what steps to take if your child is already using drugs.

This webinar is for parents, caregivers, educators, social workers, medical professionals, mental health professionals, law enforcement, and anyone who wants to equip themselves with essential knowledge and actionable strategies to address this critical issue affecting our youth.


Clayton Cranford, MA
Clayton founded Cyber Safety Cop and is the author of Parenting in the Digital World.

Susan Parmelee, LCSW
Susan is one of the founders of the Wellness & Prevention Center. A graduate of Cornell University and San Diego State University, Susan has worked in non-profits and mental health care for over 16 years. Susan is dedicated to providing all access to quality prevention and mental health services.

Dr. Gwen Seeman, MD
Dr. Seeman is a board-certified pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Orange County.

Shayna Babb, RN
Shayna currently works at Children’s Hospital Orange County, where she is a part of the Vascular Access team & has the privilege of serving every unit in the hospital. She is also the founder of The Medical Mamas, where she bridges the gap between what happens in the hospital and what happens at home.


March 25
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm