Sue Birkenshaw in Club Drugs
August 1, 2018

Clubbing and Drug Abuse

Do you have a son or daughter or maybe a friend who spends a lot of time going to nightclubs or dance clubs? Then the chances are very good that they are using drugs as well. Probably a combination of drugs which increases their risk of harm or even death.


Rehab for Club Drugs

Just like with heroin and cocaine or alcohol, when a person becomes addicted to club drugs, they need drug rehab. For most people recovering from addiction, a long-term program provides the best assurance of lasting sobriety.


Karen in Health risks
June 20, 2017

The Tragic and Unnecessary Loss of Carrie Fisher

Carrie was a hero to millions of people since her appearance in the first Star Wars movie in 1977. Unfortunately, she was almost as well known for her drug and mental health problems as she was for her famous performance as Princess Leia.


Karen in Drug prevention
December 30, 2016

Urgent Call to Action for All Parents: More Drug Prevention Needed

It’s never been more vital for parents to prepare children for the drug-filled environments they’re growing up in. It’s not just a matter of drugs being available – the drugs on the market have never been more deadly.


Glow Parties Newest Addiction Trend

Glow parties are one of the latest ways for young people to get out, cut loose and enjoy a good time. More and more, however, word is getting out that glow parties might not be that safe after all.


Club Drugs And How to Stay Away from Them

About Club Drugs The term “club drug” refers to a wide category of illicit drugs which are commonly consumed at parties, bars, concerts, raves and, of course, at clubs.


Sue Birkenshaw in Club Drugs
March 2, 2012

The Hidden Dangers of Ecstasy

It’s long been known that Ecstasy pills can contain just about anything. Methamphetamine, heroin, caffeine, inert fillers or it could actually contain methylenedioxymethamphetamine. Otherwise known as MDMA or Ecstasy.