Our nation is in the midst of a public health crisis, and chances are you know someone caught in the middle of it. Once called the poor man's cocaine, crystal meth used to be a small-town problem. It was only popular among truck drivers and factory workers struggling to stay up all night. Over the years, the epidemic has spread to infect all corners of mainstream America.
According to the U.S. Attorney General, meth is now the most dangerous drug in America. Some law enforcement officials say it is the biggest drug problem they face, with home meth labs either showing up or blowing up in all 50 states.
It has seduced soccer moms, robbed children of their parents and parents of their children and destroyed families.