What Every Parent Needs to Know About Cannabis

$100.00

Our youth are more savvy than ever. Without the right information, our children are in danger. Get the facts.

The legalization of recreational cannabis is having a profound impact on our community and children. While the industry assembles the appropriate regulations, our youth are frequently experiencing the unintended consequences.

An increase in Emergency Department and Psychiatric visits are propelling the medical and Public Health communities to take action. There is too much inaccurate information related to recreational cannabis use. It is not reasonable to rely on law enforcement and the cannabis industry to keep our communities safe. As a community member and a parent, it is our responsibility to become adequately informed on how to best respond to this legalization and recreational cannabis use being experienced by our youth.

The experts are now bringing this information to you in your community. Join Comprehensive Wellness, in a partnership with the Cannabis Safety Team, to become informed—and help ensure the safety of our children.

Join us for this one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn from experts in the medical and public health community.

Monday, October 14, 2019
6:30-8:30pm
1450 Treat Boulevard
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

$100

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Cannabis misuse and dependency is a really big problem right now. There are a lot of families who are searching for accurate information on the risks around cannabis/CBD.  This workshop is provided by the medical community and can answer very critical questions to keep our children from having an adverse event.

Questions such as….

  1. How will it interact with my child’s medication?
  2. Is it ok for them to use it for sleep?
  3. I know they are using weed but not sure where they are getting it. How do I know if there is Fentanyl in it?
  4. My child’s grades and attitude are declining and I know cannabis has become a regular part of daily life. What can I do?
  5. I have heard it can help with ADD, is that true?
  6. We have read about cannabis use resulting in long term psychiatric impairment, why/how?
  7. We have a family history of addiction. What can I do to reduce or mitigate the risk of my child becoming addicted to or misusing substances?
  8. My child has nightmares and Cannabis is helping. Is this a reasonable approach?What am I overlooking?
  9. My child has anxiety and often misses days of school because of self-reported pain/stomach aches, etc. Cannabis seems to be increasing their worry of other people/judgement. What can I do?
  10. My child is depressed and smokes weed/dabs with her friends. He/she is almost 18 and I am unsure how to keep her safe. What can I do?
  11. My child mixes weed and tobacco and often I find him having episodes of extreme vomiting. What do I do and why exactly is this happening?Why do they keep using even after this is happening?