Children share what they know about heroin


INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Each year, tens of thousands of teens try heroin for the first time. Some believe that’s because drug education isn’t reaching adolescents before they’re exposed to the opportunity to take drugs, so 24-Hour News 8 sat down with some local kids to see what they think needs to be done to warn kids about the dangers of heroin.

This article includes an interview with Reach For Youth clinical supervisor Denise Senter.

Read the full story from WISH-TV.

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