Homemade anti-meth ads in rural America
Small towns and rural counties don't get as many public service ads as cities like Des Moines do, but they are still suffering the effects of the rise of meth. What are they to do?
Some enterprising towns have taken matters into their own hands, using leftover house paint and scrap wood to take a stand for health at home.
Pretty good idea nuggets in these babies. They hit the same ideas hard:
"Not even once!" "Not in our town!"
And lots of dead and dying stick figures. They get the point across!