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Addiction Warriors A Project of Creative Visions Fiscal Sponsorship

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Addiction Warriors (AW) is a modern documentary series with a touring assistance and educational tour intended for all ages which features the natural desire to get high, the phenomenon of wanting, and then the inevitable brain alterations which render cravings and then need. Today's conventional methods to educate, prevent and treat the epidemic are not as effective as they need to be. The project will feature today's warriors who are treating the desperate issue in an entirely different and powerful way.

Mostly all of the docs about addiction have taken a traditional, dry, journalistic approach to the subject matter. Although they have explored cutting edge science and revealed the ugliness of the disease, they all had a dated approach which attempted to educate and promote the fear of drugs and alcohol with moderate results. Few, if any, had a long-lasting name or maintained a lengthy residual memory.

AW will take an entirely new approach and expose why these methods are not working today. There must be a paradigm shift which features causal champions getting different results. The fundamental mindset here is more of acceptance versus fear and resistance. The fact is that teenagers will experiment for a multitude of reasons and will want to experience forbidden fruits no matter what. No one, regardless of status, or age group is immune to this malady.Youths particularly, from ages 11-26 are undergoing emotional maturity and their brains are still forming. They are wired for indestructibility, share a cavalier attitude, and know better than anyone older than them. They are coded to share a different reality which rejects healthy fear, loves drama, dangerous feats, and outrageous stories. Parents forbidding them to try drugs simply does not work. What they garner from their friends, social media and on YouTube only lowers the bar for further unhealthy behavior. www.addictionwarriors.org

Please make tax deductible donation checks payable to:

Creative Visions (501c3) [memo: Addiction Warriors] c/o Ehrenkranz, 6 Ellsworth Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960




Supported by 58 Donations:

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    Anonymous
    In loving memory of Josh Borofsky
  • Helen D.
    I Gave $250
    My wonderful friend Howard , wishing you the good luck to complete your Project, your a dedicated father to honor your son Stephen
  • Joseph D.
    I Gave $500
    Happy to support this important project that will affect many lives
  • Bonnie and Bill M.
    I Gave $1,000
    We are so blessed to be a small part of this very needed project.
  • Bonnie and Bill M.
    I Gave $1,000
    It is our pleasure to honor Stephen.
  • Michael D.
    I Gave $1,000
    Powerful cause!
  • Ann V.
    I Gave $50
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  • Dan N.
    I Gave $50
    Very worthwhile project!
  • Patricia M.
  • Nathan N.
    An important story that needs to be told!
  • Robyn S.
    I Gave $50
    Keep up the good work!
  • Steven G.
    www.inthesaddlephilly.org
  • Judy S.
    I Gave $50
    Good luck with this very important endeavor!
  • William C.
    Great work
  • Jill P.
    I Gave $50
    I support Meg in this battle against addiction! Xoxo jil price
  • Ruth T.
    I Gave $500
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  • Scott L.
    I Gave $100
    We are so proud of our cousin Mark Ehrenkranz for his commitment to helping others with this powerful cause and project, we love you Mark!
  • Marina D.
    Addiction touches every family. Thank you for this critical and very important work you are doing!
  • Melissa B.
    I Gave $50
    To support a cure by getting at the roost causes of alienation, hopelessness, or untreated chemical imbalances. #SherpaTheWorld #YesWeCan
  • Tom H.
    I Gave $100
  • Pamela K.
    I Gave $500
  • Maxine O.
    I Gave $25
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    Anonymous
    I Gave $100
    Ten years and counting, Recovery does happen! So many, need so much. Go get 'em Mark. Good luck to you and your crew.
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  • Vivian S.
    I Gave $100
    Happy to support this project, Mark!
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  • Valerie T.
    I Gave $1,000