Meth Inside Out Series

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3 episodes in this series

Episode 1 Meth Inside Out: Human Impact
Meth: Human Impact provides an eye-opening introduction to meth's effect on individuals, families, and communities across the globe. This video explores the motivations for use, including the need to escape…
Episode 2 Meth Inside Out: Brain & Behavior
Meth: Brain & Behavior equips viewers with an understanding of how meth changes the brain and, consequently, behavior. 3D animations of changes in the brain, accessible explanations, and personal accounts…
Episode 3 Meth Inside Out: Windows to Recovery
Meth: Windows to Recovery explores effective treatment practices across program types and settings. For users, learning about the process of recovery often increases commitment to change. This episode empowers the…

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