Looking to speak to those affected by addiction…

I’m conducting research on the actual epidemic right now… drug addiction.

I want to speak to addicts, either active or in recovery, or the loved ones of those affected. Perhaps employees/employers that have seen this problem in the workplace, what that looks like and how it is dealt with. Addiction that became as a result of a prescription or an injury… maybe even a workplace injury. Stories of those crying out for help but never got the help they needed.

I am a professional and committed to confidentiality. I am not judging, this is personal for me and I am dedicated to growing awareness, reducing stigma and making positive change. Thank you.



4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    If you want interviews go look at names on crosses on one side of tom davies and find families and if you want first hand strut over to the other side of tom davies plenty of tent doors to knock on.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Anyone with half a brain can see it given enough time, but the customers keep coming because they market well. No industry is safe from it. And if you are one of the clean ones they run your name through the mud to save face.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Funny you mention business owners with cocaine addictions Funny they think people don’t know Met a few

  4. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had bosses addicted to money allow crackheads to work for them/infiltrate the shop at night. Many hundreds of dollars in tools disappeared. You’d be surprised at how many semi-functional addicts work in this town. Almost every seasonal plow guy is on pills of some sort chasing that “white gold”. Visit any campground in the summer and you are more than likely to see a few stumbling around 26 beers in and still partying. Have a few beers snort a few lines, take some pills and party on. I’ve been in vehicles where you pop open the glovebox and find dozens of different pills all mixed in the same container just fall out (no way these people know what pill is which and which to take at the right time), you can easily spot those ones driving around 10 below the speed limit and swerving, at night with their lights off too.