David Sanchez was only 9 years old when a neighbor offered him marijuana and sent him on a lifelong struggle with drug addiction. Now to prevent kids from going down the same path, the former addict educates kids on the dangers of drugs.
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David Sanchez, a former drug addict, educates kids on the dangers of drugs.
“I knew that I had to find a way to educate people because knowing about something that can hurt you is half the battle of being able to defeat it.”
Voices for Humanity: David Sanchez, Drugs in Los Angeles, Drug Free Rehab & Education (00:36)
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