William and the late Deborah Shooter are the founders of Off Campus Education and Publishing and have taught thousands of young adults, life-learning skills as these same young adults were beginning or learning to drive. We have worked with judicial courts to retrain young minds on subjects like drinking and driving, drugs, and controlling of aggressive street-racing behaviour. We wanted to write a book showing kids how important they are to society; how their young bodies are still growing, especially their brains. More importantly, how dopamine and the natural feel-good drugs that their bodies produce need to be maintained in a drug-free body. Deborah passed away in suddenly in June 2017 as they were making final edits to tis update edition of Drugs and Alcohol 101, William is continuing to do research for further updates to this subject since the issue of drugs, alcohol and their effects on teens continue.
This book is an easy, fun reading, non-judgemental guide for teens, first time drivers, college bound students and parents. We show the effects of various drugs from fentanyl, opium, marijuana and designer drugs on the adolescent body and brain. We also show the history of drugs and alcohol in America.