Prescription drugs are the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. According to the CDC, 47,600 people overdosed just from opioids in 2017.
Alcohol is classified as a legal depressant and a sedative-hypnotic drug. It effects every organ in the body and excessive use can cause respiratory depression, drowsiness, coma, and death.
Ecstasy or Molly
MDMA is a synthetic drug that alters the awareness of objects and a persons perception of conditions. It is similar to a stimulant and an hallucinogen.
One of the most dangerous drugs on the market, Meth takes an extreme toll on the body and mind.
Highly addictive, it produces a sense of euphoria and boosts energy. Nearly 1,800 people try coke for the first time each day.
A powerful opioid, Heroin is highly addictive and can become a habit after just a few uses. It’s extremely dangerous and has a high overdose rate.
Substance Abuse Statistics
during the last 30 days
has found that
use disorder in 2017*
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