The Killmeth Foundation  is dedicated to the memory of Scott Kalina (1978-2012)

The Kill Meth Foundation is incorporated in Washington state and has 501(c)(3) public charity status.
Donations are tax-exempt to the full extent of the law.
© 2019 The Kill Meth Foundation

The Kill Meth Foundation offers help to those affected by methamphetamine use, either recovering from or impacted by the drug. We hope to accomplish this mission by providing education, resource assistance and encouragement from others who have had similar experiences. Focusing exclusively on methamphetamine addiction allows the foundation to target its unique social and economic issues. We help heal the families and friends who are affected, and encourage them to support their loved ones in this time of challenge in their life.

The foundation uses donations to allocate resources that provide a transition back into society. We are committed to providing aid to those seeking help with recovery from meth.  The site will also act as a central point to access other resources, such as housing projects, recovery centers and education resources.

about #killmeth

This site has no agenda. It's a place for addicts to access a variety of help ranging from harm reduction to complete abstinence. We seek to remove the false notion that sober people are boring people and show how to reclaim a fuller life.

This site has no agenda. It's a place for addicts to access a variety of help ranging from harm reduction to complete abstinence. We seek to remove the false notion that sober people are boring people and show how to reclaim a fuller life.

ABOUT OUR FOUNDER

ZACH IVEY

Having battled drug addiction for more than 15 years, Zach spent time in prison where he began the long journey towards sobriety and re-establishing himself as a productive member of society…that was 11 years ago. Through this journey, Zach engaged with the recovery/outreach communities at-large and developed into a stalwart for multiple organizations. He has been actively involved in 12-step programs, Crystal Meth Anonymous, and has capitalized on his platform of employment to engage others on the subject of meth awareness, particularly within the LGBT community. He has also worked with the federal government in the Preparing for Prison Program for young men entering the penal system for drugs and drug-related crimes.

ZACH'S STATEMENT

"I founded The Kill Meth Foundation to help support and provide resources to those recovering from and affected by methamphetamine use. I battled this drug nearly to my own death. My story does not consist of fancy cars and big parties. My addiction took me to unspeakable places. But with the help of community resources and support, I am here a clean man. I have deep empathy for those struggling with this drug. The Kill Meth Foundation will do everything possible to ensure that funding for resources is available to meth-addicted people who seek that help. Together we stand.

I was homeless, defeated and imprisoned. My 15-year love affair with meth was killing me. Tired, alone and sick, I thought, “There has to be something better. This life is not my goal. I am loved. I am somebody.”

 I did not deserve the self-torture and the pain, and neither do you. All it took for me was asking for something better and taking action. The Universe did the rest.

 My goal is to shine light in a dark room, your dark room. A moment of clarity is all it takes. I am happy you’re reading this. It means your chance of recovery is very good. Your new life awaits you."