Sacramento-area television stations will air "Crystal Darkness" — a 30-minute documentary underscoring methamphetamine's devastating attack on our youth and their families — March 26 at 6:30 p.m.
The documentary will air simultaneously on Chs. 3, 10, 13, 31, 40 and 58. Organizers hope the movie will reach nearly three million people in Northern California.
Following the broadcast, certified treatment professionals and volunteers will staff a Sacramento-area Meth Hotline (1-888-METH-AID) to provide advice and treatment referrals.
The documentary explores the powerful testimonies of those who have personally waded through the dark depths of meth addiction.
The program is targeted for youth and their parents, but the message extends to an entire community.
The story is told through the stories of young people who have gone through the depths of meth addiction. With raw honesty, they deliver a powerful message and warning.
The documentary also is available in a newly produced Spanish version. The title is "Obscuridad Cristal" and features 25 new interviews and focuses on the impact of this drug on the Hispanic community.
For more information about the documentary, visit www.crystaldarkness.com.