In this first episode of Unmasked: The Stigma of Meth, we talk with Heather Williams from Building Better Neighborhoods and Craig Graybeal from ecoREHAB about the impact blighted meth labs have on the community.

For more on the effect methamphetamine has even after leaving an area, click here.

From Behind Bars

We sit down with Elizabeth Wyman, one of the student journalists with Unmasked: The Stigma of Meth, who interviewed a number of inmates at the Delaware County Jail who face charges related to meth.

For more about inmates facing charges related to methamphetamine, click here.

The Anonymous Addict (pt.1)

With the help of student reporter Phylisia Donaldson, we take you through meth addiction through the lens of a former user. Part 1 of 2.

The Anonymous Addict (pt.2)

The former addict continues her story, discussing how methamphetamine keeps a chokehold on her life even 30 years after her time using it. Part 2 of 2.

Rebuilding with ecoREHAB

Hunter Crews discusses his time with ecoREHAB through an immersive learning at Ball State University. While enrolled, he spent hundreds of hours rebuilding a former meth house.

For more about ecoREHAB's partnership with Ball State to rebuild a former meth lab, click here.

Jud Fisher and the Ball Brothers Foundation

The final installation of Unmasked: the Stigma of Meth centers on the Ball Brothers Foundation, a philanthropic organization that operates within Delaware County. Nearly every outreach initiative or modern program to eradicate meth ties back to them.

For more about one of the programs sponsored by the Ball Brothers Foundation, click here.