Many residents and law enforcement officicials in the state of Nebraska have reported the presence of increasing numbers of Methamphetamine laboratories in each area, and increasing harmful environmental effects associated with its production. Both local production and importation of the drug by Mexican Drug Trafficking organizations is the main source of distribution throughout the state, although mainly, only seizures of smaller low production laborites are growing. The importers, chemists, and local dealers are all mainly responsible for retail distribution through business establishments, parking lots, and residences. The number of admissions to publicly funded facilities for help with methamphetamine issues more than doubled from 1997 to year 2001. In year 2000 to year 2001 there were more treatment admissions for Crystal Meth use than admissions for help with any other drug problem.
Although the Crystal Meth in Nebraska is largely coming from Mexican criminal groups distributing it across the state, there are some Caucasian criminal groups who have also been behind some major Nebraska drug trafficking. For the growing drug concerns in Nebraska, many worry about the future of the young adults who are slowly being introduced to this dangerous drug. Methamphetamines can cause serious physical symptoms and can be especially damaging to the mouth area causing cracked or rotten teeth. It is very easy to spot a meth user because they will dramatically age in what seems like no time at all and display physical changes not only internally. Crystal Meth can also make a person act erratically or invincible and partake in dangerous activity when high on this drug.
People from the State of Nebraska call St Jude's everyday to learn more about how our Non 12 Step and Non Treatment programs differ from Crystal Meth treatment and rehab.
It is important to understand that relapse is not a natural part of Crystal Meth "recovery" because if you choose to stop using Crystal Meth today; there is no scientific evidence that proves you need to admit to being an alcoholic to remain sober.
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