A Scary New Marijuana Creeps Closer to Iowa. It’s not your grandmother’s weed, but a very potent and dangerous psychotic drug that is sneaking in behind the confusing CBD talk – the Trojan Horse driving the new marijuana legalization movement.
The Meth Crisis in Iowa – A Never Ending Story. A Bigger, Badder and more dangerous Meth, largely sourced from cartels in Mexico, threatens to reignite a major crisis in Iowa. What can be done and what are we doing?
Black Hip Hop artist Will Meeks and former white supremacist Frank Meeink became friends in a most unexpected twist of faith. Now they work together to help young Iowans reach their potential with a powerful message of love and compassion.
Iowa’s Drug Endangered Children’s Program: Opioids, Meth, marijuana and alcohol – our children are more at risk of exposure than ever before. Find out what can be done, and how you can get them to safety before it’s too late.
A Special Edition of Surviving Bad: Iowa Students Speak Out on Alcohol, Marijuana and Vaping. Filmed at MFL MarMac HS in Monona, Iowa with a live audience, students share their innermost thoughts and fears of the high-risk activities they encounter.
The Tragic Story of Tanner Blake Moore. As told by his Mom, Lisa, this poignant look at her struggle with her son’s addiction and her continuing grief following his tragic overdose. No mom should have to go through this. She hopes by speaking out she can help.
The Good, Bad & the Ugly about Vaping. Is vaping addiction the next epidemic that will kill our children? Doctor’s say that vaping is not only getting more kids to start smoking cigarettes, but vaping may be even more dangerous. We didn’t see that coming!
Dealing Heroin a Crushing Blow: Iowans are still dying from Opioids and Heroin – The problem is just not going away. Watch the powerful story of a couple who are turning their son’s legacy into a source of hope and inspiration.
Addiction Can Take A Young Man Down. Two young Iowans have a lot to share about growing up, addiction and recovery. Find out how a long-term commitment to faith and family can bring someone back from the brink of disaster.