“During the last three years, WING investigators arrested 114 people on meth-related charges. WING seized 11 grams of meth in 2011. This year, that number has gone up 1000 percent, with WING investigators taking 121 grams of meth off the streets.”
Additionally, they have been educating communities on the scope of the problem and how to protect themselves. Education is a key part to drug prevention.
To help families spot signs of methamphetamine use, here are some things to look for:
- Not sleeping for extended periods of time
- Unexplained and significant weight loss
- Nervousness, anxiety, paranoia
- Unusual activity
- Loss of appetite
Meth is comes as a powder or crystals and is snorted, smoked in a pipe or injected.
For more information and educational materials on methamphetamine or any other drugs , please contact us. We would be happy to supply you with any educational materials you might need or to assist you in finding a recovery center.