"In the past two decades, opioid overdose death rates among U.S. kids and teens have tripled. Tripled! Enough is enough!"
JACK JONAH is bigger than just another teen film; it’s a challenge! A challenge for teens to better understand the dangers of heroin and other opioid drugs.
You see, heroine is not just an epidemic that affects kids and parents, but entire communities. That’s why the producer's that created this film are offering this film to schools for FREE!
JACK JONAH is a new feature film about a family’s endurance and struggle after unspeakable tragedy. Actor Dean Cain leads the cast in this multi-plot drama uncovering the deadly drug culture in western Massachusetts.
This 90-minute film is available as a FREE resource for schools to show. JACK JONAH is suitable for Elementary, Middle & High School age students. In some cases, the Producers or actors from the film will host the school screening events.
In addition, The Jack Jonah Foundation is teaming up with actor Dean Cain to host Community Action Events.
Research points to the value of a more public approach to opioid recovery delivered in a community setting. We believe the cure to the opioid crises in America is in fact it’s communities. Click Here to learn how your community can host one of these amazing events!