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Drug Facts


  • Drug addiction treatment programs are available for each specific type of drug from marijuana to heroin to cocaine to prescription medication.
  • In 2008, the Thurston County Narcotics Task Force seized about 700 Oxycontin tablets that had been diverted for illegal use, said task force commander Lt. Lorelei Thompson.
  • Drug abuse and addiction is a chronic, relapsing, compulsive disease that often requires formal treatment, and may call for multiple courses of treatment.
  • By June 2011, the PCC had received over 3,470 calls about Bath Salts.
  • Methamphetamine can cause rapid heart rate, increased blood pressure, elevated body temperature and convulsions.
  • LSD (AKA: Acid, blotter, cubes, microdot, yellow sunshine, blue heaven, Cid): an odorless, colorless chemical that comes from ergot, a fungus that grows on grains.
  • Cocaine is the second most trafficked illegal drug in the world.
  • In Hamilton County, 7,300 people were served by street outreach, emergency shelter and transitional housing programs in 2007, according to the Cincinnati/Hamilton County Continuum of Care for the Homeless.
  • Cocaine increases levels of the natural chemical messenger dopamine in brain circuits controlling pleasure and movement.
  • 10 to 22% of automobile accidents involve drivers who are using drugs.
  • Sniffing paint is a common form of inhalant abuse.
  • Ketamine is used by medical practitioners and veterinarians as an anaesthetic. It is sometimes used illegally by people to get 'high'.
  • 88% of people using anti-psychotics are also abusing other substances.
  • An estimated 88,0009 people (approximately 62,000 men and 26,000 women9) die from alcohol-related causes annually, making alcohol the fourth leading preventable cause of death in the United States.
  • Children who learn the dangers of drugs and alcohol early have a better chance of not getting hooked.
  • Many smokers say they have trouble cutting down on the amount of cigarettes they smoke. This is a sign of addiction.
  • Cocaine comes in two forms. One is a powder and the other is a rock. The rock form of cocaine is referred to as crack cocaine.
  • 12.4 million Americans aged 12 or older tried Ecstasy at least once in their lives, representing 5% of the US population in that age group.
  • The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime estimated the worldwide production of amphetamine-type stimulants, which includes methamphetamine, at nearly 500 metric tons a year, with 24.7 million abusers.
  • The Department of Justice listed the Chicago metro area as the top destination in the United States for heroin shipments.

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