November 10, 2019
Chief Mike Ward has spent his career in law enforcement, but was frustrated at how little they could do to help so many of the people they came in contact with, particularly people struggling with drug addiction. So he did something they had never done before, and successfully changed the landscape of police response in their community.
October 27, 2019
Timothy King is the author of "Addiction Nation: What the opioid crisis reveals about us." He shares the conversation that started him on the path to recovery, and what changed his mind about the Drug War.
October 6, 2019
Timothy McMahan King, author of the new book "Addiction Nation," explores the transformative power of grace, how Christians can respond to the war on drugs, and why our world may have looked very different had the drug war raged while William Wilberforce was alive.
September 22, 2019
Bridgette Walton spent years using drugs, with multiple run-ins with the law. She shares her journey of hope - from a life in active addiction, through sobriety and relapse, and now in long-term recovery.
September 8, 2019
Dr. Scott MacDonald is the lead doctor at Crosstown Clinic in Vancouver, which provides prescription heroin to heroin-addicted people. "We see lives transformed on a daily basis," he says. How is this possible with an approach so counter-intuitive? He joins us on the podcast today.
August 25, 2019
Fred & Pauline Rogers both spent time in prison. After they were released, they met, married, and have been on a mission to help other incarcerated people navigate re-entry and rebuild their lives, with a 0% recidivism rate.
August 11, 2019
A frequent reason for removing children from their parents' custody and putting them in foster care is "drugs." Kelly Williams is an attorney who has worked in all aspects of child custody and joins us to unpack why kids are removed, why that can happen unnecessarily, and how we can approach child custody and drugs in ways that help families heal.
July 28, 2019
This isn't the story of 1 woman on a mission. It's the story of a woman finding a movement waiting to be given a voice. Join us as we paint the picture of how End It For Good was born, why it's grown so quickly, and what we're aiming for as the movement builds.
July 14, 2019
How does a country so enmeshed in drug prohibition actually change its laws? If you've ever thought, "This all sounds great, but a legal market will never happen," you need to know about the "crazy bucket." Join us today to explore how these ideas become reality.
June 30, 2019
In Mississippi, a minor can agree to become a Confidential Informant without their parents even knowing, much less consenting. Dr. Lt. James Nolan spent years as a drug enforcement officer, performing undercover work himself, and joins us to unpack what a CI is, the fear that is leveraged to get participants, and why these programs are so damaging to community trust and ultimately public safety.