Learn How To Protect Yourself, Your Family And Your Home

On this week’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark welcomes Activist, Founder, and Owner of Meth Toxin Awareness Alliance, Kathi McCarty to the show.

Kathi McCarty is an activist, mom, founder, and owner of Meth Toxin Awareness Alliance. Her organization facilitates property owners, renters, and buyers with specialized resources to protect their families, investments, and community from meth contamination.

Kathi’s company was founded after a series of events that took place when she had experienced a serious health event. She resigned from her career as an executive in lending and banking to focus on her recovery. To offset the medical costs she had accumulated, She decided to rent her family home which seemed like a sensible solution. Her beautiful home was rented to a meth addict by an irresponsible and unethical property management company and the tenant turned her house into a meth lab, contaminating her home and putting her neighbors and her entire community at risk.

Kathi is on a mission to educate people and raise awareness regarding the insidious presence of meth toxicity in our communities, organizing community meetings, speaking to varied audiences, and partnering with experts and organizations. Kathi provides information and guidance to support anyone who must navigate the complicated path of meth toxins contamination to recovery.

Listen in as they discuss:

  • Kathy’s story and experience with meth toxins contamination
  • What happens when a home is converted into a meth lab
  • Tell-tale signs of meth production in a home or on a property
  • Creating meth toxin awareness to protect your home and property

Kathy also shares with us how to protect yourself and your home from a wide range of contamination and more!


Mark: I will recommend methtoxinsalliance.com if you suspect your home or property has been contaminated!

Kathi: My tip is one of the best resources to protect people from future impacts, especially those who are looking to purchase a home or are wondering if there’s a previous impact on their own home. It is called CDPHE Website, and then you can go to the link where you can put the physical address in and a home that’s previously contaminated. You can go and put in the address and find out if the particular property has been previously impacted and remediated. Otherwise, contact me at methtoxinsalliance.com and I will be happy to reach out and find that link for you.


Did you like this episode? If so, tune into another one of our exciting episodes with special guest Brian Bradley as we discuss how to protect your assets and investments.

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