By Bryan Wendell
Original Source: blog.scoutingmagazine.org
Corey Eisert-Wlodarczyk will never forget that day in March 2012 when his brother died of a heroin overdose.
Corey was just 11 years old when Collin died, and the memory lingers.
After the initial shock subsided, Corey began to speak at schools. He wanted to share his experience with other young people. If more people knew about Collin’s tragic death, Corey figured, lives could be saved.
But he wanted to do more than talk. Realizing that parents play an important role in recognizing and treating drug abuse, Corey had an idea. For his Eagle Scout service project, he would re-create a teenager’s bedroom…click here to continue reading