Fighting back against meth

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Tragically, methamphetamine, typically referred to as meth or crystal meth, has taken hold of our communities, filled our prisons and destroyed lives.   It’s become the most dangerous drug problem for small towns and one of our state’s greatest challenges. Experts say that young people in small towns are more than twice as likely to use this drug than their peers in larger cities.

We now have a chance to work together in fighting back with “Crystal Darkness Oklahoma,” a new campaign set to tackle the meth addiction strangling our state.

On Tuesday, January 13, at 6:30 p.m., a 30-minute documentary titled Crystal Darkness will air simultaneously on most TV stations and many cable networks across our state.   The documentary also will stream live on many news media Web sites, as well as the Oklahoma Department of Health and Substance Abuse Services Web site <www.odmhsas.org >.  I encourage you to view it.

http://nativetimes.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=836&Itemid=33

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