Connor thought the same as many kids—this was a legal buzz, easy to find, inexpensive, and safe.
Laura was addicted to heroin, but she overdosed from morphine, cocaine and alcohol.
Everyone thought Ian would attend college on a tennis scholarship.
Montana thought he was taking LSD, but actually died from a deadly synthetic version called N-bomb.
Daniel was an ice-hockey player who partied hard with his friends.
A rising football star's life was cut short by steriod abuse.
The autopsy revealed high levels of oxycodone, morphine, acetaminophen and amphetamines in his body.
Ian James Eaccarino was a promising college student
(SI Live, June 20) A group of high school students in Staten Island are using their own words to perform theater about drugs.Read More
(Parent Herald, June 15) A new shows that teens who drink and do drugs perform worse in school than those who don't.Read More
(Reflector.com, June 12) "It will only take one bad choice to change the rest of your life forever."Read More