Jason Good in Addiction
November 7, 2019

It’s No Longer a Drug Crisis: It’s an Overdose Crisis

What started off as a massive opioid problem, the current drug epidemic has changed gears yet again. When the opioid crisis started, we had a new group of addicts; those addicted to prescription painkillers.


Jason Good in Drug Education
October 27, 2019

Why Are We Normalizing Drugs in the Middle of a Drug Crisis?

Over the course of the last two decades, our society has witnessed a remarkable increase in drug use, addiction, and drug-related deaths. Now considered the worst man-made public health crisis in recorded history, the current drug epidemic has taken far too many children from their parents and parents from their children and with infants being born addicted to drugs happening so often…


Jason Good in Drug Information
October 26, 2019

Instead of Creating Zombies, Fake Weed Now Found Containing Heroin, Fentanyl, Tramadol, and Meth

Spice, otherwise known as “fake weed,” has been in the news off and on for many years. When spice first hit the scene, it offered itself to drug users as a marijuana alternative that could be used without fear of failing a drug test. The story with spice is pretty well-known at this point.