Dr. Coldwell gave benefit seminars for the 9/11 relief fund. He closed his “Time Out Stress Reduction Center” for a period of time so that firefighters, military and police members could use the Stress reduction system at no charge. He Created the CD “Pride of America” as a benefit production for 9/11 victims. The CD was in popular demand and a huge success on many radio stations around the country. Dr Coldwell is the founder of the Foundation for Drug and Crime Free Schools and Health for Children. Dr. Coldwell received recognition and thank you letters from the White House, US President George W. Bush President Obama and the US Congress. The longest serving Mayor Joe Riley of Charleston states: Dr Coldwell is one of the nicest people I ever meet.
Prior to the passage of the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005 , sales of the drug became increasingly regulated, as DEA regulators and pharmaceutical companies continued to fight for their respective positions. The DEA continued to make greater progress in their attempts to control pseudoephedrine as methamphetamine production skyrocketed, becoming a serious problem in the western United States. When purity dropped, so did the number of people in rehab and people admitted to emergency rooms with methamphetamine in their systems. However, this reduction in purity was usually short lived, as methamphetamine producers eventually found a way around the new regulations.