In the last 16 years mind-altering substance addictive strength increased more than a 1000 times, variety increased and compelling sells plagued kids in the United States with very little education preparing them (or their parents) for this change, as such, the United States lost 189,319 young people, ages 15-34 year old to a mind-altering substance death, a preventable death, during the last 16 Years, 2000-2015.
These drugs are so addictive; a young person can get hooked the first time they try it. It used to take several years to reach stage four addiction, now due to increases in addictive strength and variety, stage four can happen in teen and young adult years.
We need reporting, we are doing reporting at state and county level (e.g. substance and crude death reporting) at state and county level to solve the young death problem, we defined the substance situation at national, state and county level, crude death reports will soon be uploaded in link below, see the United States, Substance Death Report, 1999-2015, ISBN: ebook electronic book text adobe pdf 13:978-0-9974524-3-3. Reports and educational information are available at Living in Grace Files: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LivingInGrace/files
Email: If you can’t reach the files on face book, please contact Angela Lesner or email@example.com, the report will be emailed to you.
The next step is meeting with students and families in schools, universities, colleges and community settings to provide education through visual analytic charts, reports, stories, literature, presentations and videos to increase understanding of mind-altering substance harm and sober-minded decision making.
Reaching young people with support in this situation is our priority, to prevent the next generation from entering the tragic substance situation. Getting into the schools is not easy, however we are not giving up, as we work to increase critical education in schools, it is imperitive to reach young people, the U.S. lost 116,086 young people ages 15-34 years old to a substance death in the last eight years, a 58% increase comparted to the eight years prior were we lost 73,233 young people to a substance death 2000-2007, we lost 42,853 more young to substance deaths in the last eight years versus eight years prior, 2008-2015, .
We have a upward death trend with all current support, that means we must increase support, especially reporting support. Our current reporting needs funds to let people know it exists on facebook. Additionally, if we have enough funds, we plan to provide rescue education through county and state health fairs, inviting governments, health departments, youth groups, schools, colleges, recovery groups, police, EMS, fire departments, hospitals, restaurants, businesses, places of worship and community members to join us in working together to better support young people in this situation, we will provide educational county and state substance death information at these fairs.
With your support we will branch Education Rescue to each state and county in the United States to keep kids alive and healthy.