Posts By: bobjodi

The Problem Is Us


The Undeniable Truth about the Drug Epidemic of the 21st Century Bob Stutman, former Special Agent of 25 years with the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration, coined by New York Magazine as “the most famous narc in America” and considered to be one of the nation’s top experts on drugs and Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski,… Read more »

Sacrifice Betrayed


The Drugging of the American Hero A comprehensive seminar detailing the prescription epidemic afflicting our service men and women. Pat stood next to me, obviously waiting to say something as I was engaged in conversation with the parent of another veteran, the victim of addiction and suicide. He was only able to look at me… Read more »

Treatment Courts


More then Just the 10 Key Components The Importance of Education and the Team Approach According to the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, 1 in every 100 U.S. citizens is now confined in jail or prison. In reports as recent as 2005, 80% of offenders abuse drugs or alcohol, nearly 50% of jail and… Read more »

Substance Abuse Education & Prevention Program


Bob Stutman and Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski provide a full-day program that includes interactive sessions with students, administration, faculty, follow-up committee and parents. The program begins with Bob and Jodi speaking to the students in an assembly setting.  Bob and Jodi will talk about the “real” world of substance abuse and the many misconceptions. The… Read more »

When the Party Is Over


The Sober Reality of Substance and Alcohol Use and Abuse When the Party is Over was created to confront the epidemic of drug and alcohol abuse among college students. In this powerful lecture, Bob Stutman and Judge Jodi Switalski explain what we’re up against and how we can empower and protect our students, our campuses… Read more »

Wasting the Best and Brightest


Substance Abuse at America’s Colleges and Universities “It’s Like Being Held In My Mother’s Arms” Out of the mouths of babes…the above is a direct quote from a high school senior who had been accepted to Princeton University and was addicted to OxyContin. We can now chemically replicate one of life’s most secure feelings with… Read more »

Synthetic Drugs and the State of Our Nations Helplessness


Fundamental Lessons for Prevention That Could Save Your Child’s Life In 2010, Dickie Sanders, a young man standing in his parent’s kitchen with his father standing helplessly by his side, is screaming, fearful and suffering from severe hallucinations – the episode concludes with Dickie slitting his own throat with a butcher knife in the kitchen…. Read more »

Welcome to America’s Worst Drug Epidemic


For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong” H.L. Mencken Bob Stutman & Judge Jodi Switalski On average, 87 people die every day due to gun violence in the United States – one person every 17 minutes.  Our country is in an uproar over gun violence – as it should be! … Read more »

Are We Really Doing No Harm?


For the first time in history, more people died last year from accidental overdose of prescription drugs than from accidental overdose of illegal drugs. Automobile accidents are the second leading cause of death by accident in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control announced that in 2010 (the most recent year for which we… Read more »