There have been over 64,000 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2016 (2017 statistics are not readily available ) We all know someone who is addicted to drugs or who has died from an overdose.The drug epidemic can no longer be overlooked . Forever 23 Inc. is a Non-Profit Organization The corporation was formed by Andrew's mother, Stephanie Oswald, his uncle, Stephen J. Sabo and his aunt, Cindy Passolino. Our mission is simple, by donating to our charity, you will help save the lives of addicts suffering from this horrific disease. we are partnering with rehabilitation centers across America and with your contribution, you will help addicts enter rehabilitation facilities as well as aftercare and housing during the recovery process so they can become a productive member of society once again. No one decides to become an addict. Please donate to save your family member or someone your family knows. Thank you for caring and saving a life.
At least 1,901 people died from Opioid overdoses in New Jersey last year. well over twice the number of people from the state. Deaths involving heroin and Fentanyl continued a meteoric rise in the Garden State, according to new data obtained by NJ Advance Media. Those involving heroin have more than doubled since 2013, while Fentanyl-Related deaths have risen an eye-popping 2,000% in the same span."I don't think the American people can sit by and tolerate this level of death for much longer," Gov. Chris Christie said in an interview earlier this month. Using a database of Opioid deaths in 2016, NJ Advance Media mapped the approximate address of every person who died (while stripping out any personal, identifying information). The result: a grim portrait of a crisis that has blanketed the state from end to end. note about the data: The total is preliminary and could rise before the state Medical Examiner releases official numbers later this year.) The majority of the deaths involved heroin, but the meteoric rise of Fentanyl could soon make it the state's most deadly drug. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid originally designed to treat end-stage cancer patients. It can be up to 100 times as powerful as street-level heroin. The data also shows an uptick in deaths involving cocaine. The stimulant was found in the system of 498 people who died as a result of opioids, up from 310 in 2014.
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PLEASE READ HIS POEMS
Somethings are meant to be.
So take my hand and follow me down the rabbit hole and cowboy up for one crazy ass hell ride.
Life is still. Yet the world is passing me by at a mile a minute, I have a bad disease, a virus, a sadistic worm, that slithered its way into my head and worked its way through every cell in my body.
And its over now, the power of choice is gone. It has shattered and has been swept away and mixed in with all the souls of the lost but not forgotten.
Now I am forced to load the imaginary gun which is in my mind, with the bullets that I sweat, with panic and terror of each and every single day.
My life has become utterly reckless and unpredictable, like a blind man with a chainsaw.
I have left imprints of sad tragic mud that I have bled for this life that can only be washed away with the tears of the loved ones I cause to shed.
I will let you down, I will make you cry, and as a very talented man has said, I will make you hurt…
By Anthony Corso
"All men dream, But not equally.
For those who dream by night, in the dusty recesses of their minds.
Wake in the day Only to find, That their dreams were merely conjured in vanity;
the other side is made up of a group of individuals who,
mistakingly are typically not regarded as serious men.
They are known as the "daydreamer's",
But the dreamer's of the day should be feared.
For they are dangerous,
and should be regarded as the dangerous men that they are!
For they will inevitably dream with their eyes wide open,
to one day turn their dreams into reality"
By Anthony Corso