8 edition of The methamphetamine crisis found in the catalog.
The methamphetamine crisis
Includes bibliographical references (p. -264) and index
|Statement||edited by Herbert C. Covey ; foreword by Lori Moriatry|
|Contributions||Covey, Herbert C|
|LC Classifications||HV5825 .M397 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 276 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||2006025913|
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Currently, professionals and family members have little guidance on how to deal with methamphetamine addicts. This book fills that void by providing information on the meth subculture, what to.
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"Fifteen chapters are presented by Covey in order to provide guidance and advice to professionals working families and children affected by methamphetamine manufacturing and abuse. Covey first describes the basic science and statistics of methamphetamine and its prevalence in the United States.
The bestselling book that launched meth back into the nation's consciousness. Based on Reding's four years of reporting in the agricultural town of Oelwein, Iowa, and tracing the connections to the global forces that set the stage for the meth epidemic, Methland offers a vital perspective on a contemporary by: Aired 9/2/ San Diego was once known as the "meth capitol of America." The author of the new book METHLAND joins us as we examine the progress of methamphetamine abuse across the : Maureen Cavanaugh.
Methamphetamine is a highly addictive stimulant drug that produces powerful feelings of euphoria and energy when it’s abused. Many meth addicts binge on this drug to maintain their high, foregoing basic necessities like food and sleep in the process.
Meth Capital of the US () While much of the nation’s attention is centered around the opioid crisis, meth and other drugs still play a large role in overdose death rates, especially when combined with substances like heroin and other powerful opioids. Methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth or just meth, is one of the most addictive, dangerous and frightening drugs there is.
Meth is a drug that is a stimulant, and it’s made from household ingredients and chemicals that are toxic and can erode a person’s physical and mental health and tion: Author. Methamphetamine Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug that has a severe impact on the central nervous system.3,4 It comes in a powder or a clear, chunky crystal and is known by users by many different slang names: meth, speed, chalk, ice, crystal, glass or Tina.
After entering the bloodstream. Greenwood Publishing Group This groundbreaking book detailing the newest drug scourge to hit the streets includes information on the effects of and addiction to methamphetamine on the users, their 5/5(2).
In his new book The Alchemy of Meth, anthropologist Jason Pine chronicles how methamphetamine addiction reshaped rural Missouri, and beyond. In his new book The Alchemy of Meth, anthropologist Author: Sarah Holder.
The Methamphetamine Crisis: Strategies to Save Addicts, Families, and Communities is more about the system and culture that consumes and produces methamphetamine and how methamphetamine devastates such, the book is overall a rich source of information and practical advice for field workers.".
Meth Is Back. It's Stronger, Purer And Snaring Another Rural Generation: Shots - Health News Meth is back "with a vengeance," police say. Now made mostly by superlabs in Mexico, it is stronger, cheaper and more prevalent, cutting across demographic barriers and sparking serious crime. This book takes a harm-reduction viewpoint and is the only insightful and non-fear based book I've read about meth.
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Methamphetamine is a powerful, highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system. Crystal methamphetamine is a form of the drug that looks like glass fragments or shiny, bluish-white rocks. It is chemically similar to amphetamine, a drug used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, a sleep disorder.
The methamphetamine crisis: strategies to save addicts, families, and communities. [Herbert C Covey;] This groundbreaking book detailing the newest drug scourge to hit the streets includes information on the effects of and addiction to methamphetamine on the users. Inwith a growing meth crisis on its hands and more dangerous meth-cooking practices, Mississippi becomes the second state after Oregon to make pseudoephedrine products prescription only.
Hibbing native Raymond Strom’s debut novel “Northern Lights” revisits the dark days of the methamphetamine crisis in the s. The novel reflects Strom’s own experiences growing up in. Discover librarian-selected research resources on Methamphetamine from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more.
Home» Browse» Criminal Justice» Social and Psychological Aspects of Crime» Addiction and Substance Abuse» Methamphetamine. But Tim Robinson, the center’s chief executive, feared that the drop might lead to a loss of federal and state treatment money, just as it is needed to combat the growing meth crisis.Hibbing native Raymond Strom's debut novel "Northern Lights" revisits the dark days of the methamphetamine crisis in the s.
The novel reflects Strom's own experiences growing up in .