It seems as though lately our newspapers are riddled with the wreckage that drug addiction brings to our families and our community. The obituary section is full of depictions of lives ended way too early. The public record section is riddled with stories of people charged with drug possession or drug-related crimes. Our jails are full, children are left dependent, neglected and abused, and the morgues are busier than ever before. No one can deny the impact that drugs are having on our county, state and nation.