Thank you, Madam Chair.
Thank you to our guest for being here today.
You mentioned in your testimony what you call the dinner table education. That's an interesting term that you used there.
One of the things that was interesting when we did our suicide study a number of years ago was that we talked to young people and they said to fix their parents. That was a common theme. They said, “Can you help fix our parents?”
That's very important, that dinner table education. How do we build that capacity back?