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What You Can Do
Educate Yourself
  • Learn more about this insidious drug and how it affects both the user and community at large

Spread the Word
  • Talk about the dangers of meth with your friends, neighbors, co-workers, and most importantly your children. For ways to talk to your kids about drugs, visit the Partnership for a Drug-Free America parent resource
  • Write letters to your local newspaper, television and/or radio station to encourage them to cover any meth-related stories, or share your personal experiences with them
  • Send emails with anti-meth links or articles to your friends to make them more aware of the dangers of the drug

Be Alert
  • Look for signs of meth use, production and dealing throughout your neighborhood
  • Find out how to spot and report suspicious activity to the police
  • If you are moving into a new home, ask your real estate broker if they know of any meth labs that have been in the area
  • If you suspect a meth lab is operating in your area, contact your local police or sheriff's department

Take Action
  • Speak out in schools, places of worship, or any public community forum and educate others about the dangers of meth
  • If you have a website, link to a Partnership for a Drug Free America from your website
  • Encourage family and friends struggling with meth use to get help
  • Join a local community educational or support group
  • Volunteer to work with children who have lost their parents to meth, or volunteer to help social workers who are working with children left behind from addicted parents
  • Volunteer in a local treatment center or hospital
  • Advocate for an in-school meth education program at PAC meetings and school board meetings