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Fentanyl Awareness Event

May 2022

Family Education Event

Santa Clara County
Presents 
"Facts About the Fentanyl Crisis and Teens"
May 23 at 6:30 p.m.
Lynbrook High School Cafeteria
1280 Johnson Avenue, San Jose 

As you may know, the dangers of fentanyl have directly impacted many individuals across the state and nation and right here in Santa Clara County and our local communities. You can help keep your loved ones safe by getting involved and learning more about combatting the deadly fentanyl crisis. 

Get accurate facts about the unprecedented fentanyl epidemic that has hit our community by attending the Santa Clara County’s "Facts About the Fentanyl Crisis and Teens" awareness event. 

The event venue will have open doors with fresh air circulating throughout the event. You can also watch via Zoom in English, Chinese or Spanish (click the translation button) at https://sccgov-org.zoom.us/j/94034243824.

The participants will include Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez, who established the County's Fentanyl Working Group to combat the fentanyl crisis, and who will serve as moderator; Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen; Brennen Mullin, father of a Los Gatos High School teen who died of fentanyl poisoning; Dr. Rachel Sussman, County doctor; and Mira Parwiz, County expert on fentanyl, teens and mental health.

You can also find out more information about the dangers of fentanyl on the California Department of Public Health website.  

We hope to see you at this very important and informative meeting.

Sincerely,

Santa Clara Unified School District