Signs -- Symptoms of drug use vary from person to person. The
most important warning signs to look for are big changes in general,
including physical appearance, personality, attitude or behavior.
Marijuana Policy Project works to minimize the harm associated
with marijuana consumption of marijuana and laws intended to prohibit
use. MPP believes that the greatest harm associated with marijuana
is prison. MPP focuses on removing criminal penalties for marijuana
use, with an emphasis on making marijuana medically available to
seriously ill people with the approval of their doctors.
Safe! -- A harm reduction organization promoting health and
safety within the rave and nightclub community.
Terms: Drugs and the Drug Trade -- The Street Terms database
contains over 2,000 street terms that refer to specific drug types
or drug activity.
Together Online -- A national resource center for communities
working to reduce substance abuse and gun violence.
Center on Addiction & Substance Abuse -- Inform Americans
of the economic and social costs of substance abuse and assess what
works in prevention, treatment, and law enforcement. Remove the
stigma of abuse and replace shame and despair with hope.
National Drug Control Strategy
Anti-Drug Coalitions of America -- CADCA -- Over 5,000 anti-drug
coalitions working to make their community safe, healthy and drug-free.
-- Information from the National Institute on Drug Abuse about drugs
such as Ecstasy, GHB, and Rophynol used at raves and dance clubs.
-- Is based on the therapeutic community (TC) concept: a highly
structured, family environment where positive peer interaction is
emphasized. Separate and individualized programs are available for
adolescents, adults, and all family members.
The world's largest organization of scientists
and physicians dedicated to understanding the brain, spinal cord
and peripheral nervous system. Neuroscientists investigate the molecular
and cellular levels of the nervous system; the systems within the
brain, such as vision and hearing; and behavior produced by the
brain. This research provides the basis for understanding the medical
fields concerned with treating nervous system disorders. These medical
specialties include neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry and ophthalmology.
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