Does Having Naloxone in My House Enable My Child to Use Opioids?
Some parents might think having life-saving Naloxone on hand might encourage their child to continue to use heroin or other opioids. But there’s no evidence that that’s the case.
It can be challenging trying to figure out how to best approach your son’s or daughter’s substance use. It can become even more challenging when you and your significant other don’t agree on how to handle it.
“Disagreements are understandable,” explains Master Addictions Counselor Mary Ann Badenoch, LPC, in this short video. “But helping [your child] includes finding ways to collaborate with each other.”