Soft cover book, companion to film includes: chapter breakdowns, essays, suggested topics for discussion.
The documentary film reveals riveting stories of ice addicts, children of addicts, young mothers who have given birth to meth addicted infants; and foster parents who care for children who show signs of meth addiction. We learn how meth affects communities, how addiction links directly to increases in violent crime; suicide, child abuse, elder and spousal abuse; theft and rising insurance rates, social services, medical costs; and human costs that transcend the financial ruin brought about by addiction. The viewers guide provides chapters and suggested topics of discussion for schools, organizations, health and grass roots organizations.
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