Take a rare glimpse into the dark and hidden world of teenage methamphetamine addiction and see why police officers call it the worst drug they deal with.
Jamie Kane shares her story of addiction and how “everything you do” can be controlled by crystal meth.
When Mike Murphy’s crystal meth home laboratory exploded he faced more than one consequence of meth addiction.
Meghanne Gorgonne, who started doing drugs to “fit in,” says meth recovery is the hardest thing she’s ever done. And experts admit that treatment too often fails.
What can adults do to stop kids from trying drugs? Experts say it’s not OK for parents to condone experimentation.
Against All Odds
Grade Level: Elementary, Middle & High School
About the Program
Methamphetamine is cheap, easy to make and highly addictive – even after one use. It can be snorted, smoked or injected, causing a quick rush or flash of intense pleasure and almost immediate addiction. Watch Just Once and hear from teens and law enforcement officials about its very real and devastating health risks and behavioral dangers, and learn about what some communities are doing to fight back.