"Tweaked: A Generation in Overdrive" - Resources

The following are links to websites where you can locate additional information regarding methamphetamine and how you can obtain help. They represent only a small portion of the available resources. These are independent organizations available for informational purposes only. Any content and/or opinion represented in these sites should not be considered representative of The Foundation, it's viewpoints or perspectives. The sites are directly linked by clicking on the web address below.


SITE #1: METHAMPHETAMINE: HIDDEN COSTS
www.kci.org/meth_info/meth_letters.htm

Just one area of a massive site containing hundreds of letters from past and current users across the country telling of the wild and deadly ride they experienced on meth. Many lost their family, friends, home, car, employment and health due to meth addiction. One parent tells of hearing about their own son's death on the evening news resulting from his addiction.

SITE #2: THE MATRIX INSTITUTE
www.matrixinstitute.org

Matrix is an institute on addictions, including meth and other habit forming drugs. The site is designed to promote a greater understanding of addiction and the availability of treatment centers in California and other parts of the country. To inquire by phone, their toll free number is 1-800-310-7700.

SITE #3: LIFE OR METH?
www.lifeormeth.org

This simple, yet straightforward web site, contains a hot line for crank users among other vital information. It presents a simple choice to the reader: Live for yourself, or live for the drug. It explains the drug is designed to make you feel good and at the same time will damage, enslave and kill people.

SITE #4: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
http://www.stopdrugs.org

An endless supply of key information including videos, a study of the use of meth, it's effects, where it's made plus how you can support the fight against meth addiction with public service announcements in your area.

SITE #5: METHAMPHETAMINE HELP
http://www.kci.org/meth_info/links.htm

A vast list of web sites offering help from all parts of the country. Site includes letters from users, frequently asked questions, psychological and physical problems associated with meth, general facts, national trends, trends in drug abuse, methology, the DEA report on how to "Get it Straight", and the "Meth Monster".