Our CHARLIE SMIL35 initiative serves teens and adults who are addicted to drugs through outreach programs which cover medical care, food, shelter, clothing, education expenses and spiritual support.  In partnership with A Door of Hope, who provides a safe haven during the drug rehabilitation process, we provide financial assistance to cover the cost of travel and recovery for these special teens and adults. The drug rehabilitation process is done naturally.  No substitute drugs are used. We provide an effective path for rehabilitation from drug abuse and assist society by fighting the plague of drugs worldwide.

CHARLIE SMIL35 is very proactive in educating children on the dangers of drugs through education programs for schools, youth and community groups, churches, social media and through information-dissemination approaches.

Did you know?

Every Hour In America
114 teenagers run away from home
1370 teenagers will take some form of an illegal drug
3376 teenagers will get drunk

There are an estimated 6,000,000 teenage problem drinkers

Inhalant Abuse:

  Some of the signs and symptoms of someone struggling with addiction would look like this:

  • Change in personality
  • Significant change in sleeping and eating patterns
  • Lying, manipulative behaviors
  • Feeling that you need the substance regularly
  • Doing things to obtain the drug that you normally would never do, such as stealing or prostituting yourself
  • Repeated legal problems because of substance abuse
  • Feeling that you need the substance to deal with your problems
  • Requiring more of the substance to produce the same effect
  • Repeated attempts and failures to limit substance use
  • Inability to fulfill major responsibilities at home, school, or work
  • Needing the substance to relieve withdrawal symptoms
  • Isolating yourself from  your family



In Loving Memory:

To my loving nephew, Charlie, who passed away from inhalant abuse.  SAVE LIV35 was all started because of you!  I love you!


McKinsey Elizabeth Doughty lost her life to inhalant abuse.


Sonny Hedrick lost his life to inhalant abuse.