We haven’t given proper coverage to the powerful website/advocacy group that was started by the bereaved family of Seth Norcutt.
Seth’s story is a ‘must read’ because it is written in a very compelling and moving manner – go straight to that page here. Seth was like many of those that contact us, he struggled with addiction after experimenting recreationally and getting hooked. Seth was from the San Diego, California area.
Seth ended up dying of a heroin overdose, but as it says in the story:
Seth first started with simple over-the-counter medications like soma and vicodin and progressed to oxycontin. Why not, at $5 a pill, and readily available at school and from his friends, they were easy. No mess, nothing to hide, and the “Narc’s” at school would never know. That was less than two years ago
The family, after suffering the greatest of losses, made the decision to turn their experience into a beacon of hope for those that may still be saved.
We hold this type of activism in the highest regard and we are honored to be able to read Seth’s story on the web and we commend his Mother Karen and everyone else who is using this tragedy in a way so that it may help others.