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Crystal Darkness Documentary
Poster of documentary Crystal Darkness
Crystal Darkness Campaign Poster
On Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30 p.m., most television and cable stations serving Oregon will simultaneously broadcast  “Crystal Darkness,” a gripping documentary that underscores the frightening truth about Meth’s devastating attack on our youth and their families.
In cooperation with The Crystal Darkness Campaign, DOC will simultaneously broadcast the documentary on inmate television networks. This is one example of the unique collaboration among the local media, schools, the public safety community, recovery specialists and the business community. The goal is to reach the broadest audience possible with this message about meth’s destructive influence on lives and families.
All Oregonians are encouraged to enhance their knowledge about meth and its effects by setting time aside next week to watch the documentary.
The Crystal Darkness Campaign describes the documentary as, “…targeted for youth and their parents, but the message extends with conviction to an entire community and throughout our nation. If you are not yet aware of the seriousness of the Meth problem in our neighborhoods, then the images and stories shared in this film will prove to be both shocking and scary.
 “The story is told through the powerful testimonies of young people who have gone through the dark and lonely depths of Meth addiction. With heart wrenching and raw honesty, they speak to their generation with an unforgettable message of warning.
“Join them as they courageously share the unimaginable gloom and sadness caused by their Meth use as they point with hope to a better choice and a new life--a drug-free life.”
Learn more from the Crystal Darkness Campaign’s Web site: http://www.crystaldarkness.com.