Connor thought the same as many kids—this was a legal buzz, easy to find, inexpensive, and safe.
Laura was addicted to heroin, but she overdosed from morphine, cocaine and alcohol.
Everyone thought Ian would attend college on a tennis scholarship.
Montana thought he was taking LSD, but actually died from a deadly synthetic version called N-bomb.
Daniel was an ice-hockey player who partied hard with his friends.
A rising football star's life was cut short by steriod abuse.
The autopsy revealed high levels of oxycodone, morphine, acetaminophen and amphetamines in his body.
Ian James Eaccarino was a promising college student
(Register-Star, Oct. 12) In upstate New York, sixth, seventh and eighth graders were shown what happens when they are involved with drugs.Read More
(GW Hatchet, Oct. 6) Drug violations decreased at George Washington University for two years in a row.Read More
(Burlington Free Press, Oct. 6) The University of Vermont has seen a dramatic drop in drug and alcohol violations.Read More