“People in Hawai’i are the guinea pigs for the spread of smokeable crystal methampehtamine into the U.S.” — U.S. Atty. Daniel Bent.”
LA TIMES, Susan Essoyan – 1989
Meth got big in Hawai’i then spread to the rest of the United States.
Addiction and all its consequences are on full display in Los Angeles County, where the latest sprawl is measured in tents rather than houses. 
LA TIMES, Steve Lopez – 2019
The Mission of ENDMETH is to reduce meth use with:

Community Awareness,

Education and

Prevention

It will take all of us to do this.
“We can end meth if we join as:

friends, family, schools,

community and

organizations

to fight this plague so we can live life Hawai’i”

“People in Hawai’i are the guinea pigs for the spread of smokeable crystal methampehtamine into the U.S.” said U.S. Atty. Daniel Bent.

LA TIMES, Susan Essoyan – 1989

Meth got big in Hawai’i then spread to the rest of the United States.

Addiction and all its consequences are on full display in Los Angeles County, where the latest sprawl is measured in tents rather than houses.

LA TIMES, Steve Lopez – 2019

The ENDMETH Mission is to reduce meth use with:

Community Awareness, Education, and Prevention

It will take all of us to do this.

We can end meth if we join together as:

 

friends, family, community, schools, and organizations

to fight this plague so we can live life Hawai’i.

Tell your story to endmeth 

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HPR Interview of Dr. Mark

by Dr. Kozak

Tell your story to endmeth 

Click here to get the app to record your story.  

HPR Interview of Dr. Mark

by Dr. Kozak

A life renewed

Meth on the rise in Hawaii

Effective Medical Treatment For Meth Addiction, kind of…

A life renewed

Meth on the rise in Hawaii

Medical Treatment For Meth Addiction Affective, kind of…

Becca Ulrich, a former meth user, received a story written about her in the Seattle Times which she was overcome with shame. She reached out to the author and asked to be “seen as more than the worst parts of her life”

The amount of meth consumption in Hawaii continues to grow causing a deadly outcome for those under the influence. One group particularly at risk are the homeless population as “Hawaii’s homeless are dying from methamphetamine”

A medication regime has been seen to have an effect on some patients who struggle with meth addiction. “This new medical treatment strategy arrives at a time when addiction to methamphetamines has come roaring back”

The toll Meth takes
on our Hawai’i
Why do we need to END METH

Methamphetamine is destroying lives and families.  It is crazy addictive, cheap and easy to find.   It makes users feel good, they want to keep using it. The addiction slowly destroys the heart and brain, it ages the skin, rots teeth, and causes paranoia.  It is one of the hardest drugs to stop using.

The toll Meth takes

on our Hawai’i