Do you want to stop the Drug Use in your Community?

Consider this “FREE” Program, designed for you and your organization.

Dedicated to a Drug-Free Future

This program is proven to work from actual experience since being introduced in 2006 in San Juan County New Mexico. There are civic organizations on 4 Continents now doing it and making a huge difference in their community and the world. Everything you need is laid out for you on this Web Site, just go to the Navigation bar and look around. You can Download a Power-Point, watch a real Presentation, read letters from our Sheriff and other elected officials that have a first hand knowledge of the success of this program. We are available by contacting us.

Our Mission

Educate children and families about the consequences of methamphetamine, arming them with the tools necessary to combat illicit drug use and addiction. To accomplish this, we go into the schools and engage students on a personal level, opening their eyes to a bright, drug-free future.

Our Vision

Develop a growing network of service organizations in a unified front against drug abuse. We work to bring together business and civic leaders to use their skills to empower youth in the community, breaking the cycle of drug addiction. The success we have forged in San Juan County NM will permeate through other communities as more organizations and individuals rally together under a banner that reads “Don’t Meth With Us.”

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Did you Know?

50% to 70% of all property crimes are committed by meth users.

Did you Know?

55% of all abused or neglected children under the care of CYFD in San Juan County,NM are because of Meth use in the home.

FAQs

Is it possible to get addicted to meth if someone only tries it one time?

Yes. Meth is one of the few drugs with the potential for addiction after the very first use.

I've heard that meth is one of the worst drugs to ever come along because it is made from poisonous substances, is this true?

Yes,would you consider drinking something that contains ingredients such as: Acetone, fertilizer, antifreeze, drain cleaner, engine starter fluid, battery acid, gun cleaner solvents, and many more dangerous ingredients.

Are there short term effects from experimenting with meth?

Trying even a small amount of meth can cause bursts of energy, anxiety, tremors, jitteriness, convulsions, paranoia, hypothermia, and insomnia. Dilated pupils, elevated body temperature, weight loss, skin rashes, sores, & infections. The convulsions and hypothermia can result in a stroke and even death.

What are the long term effects of taking meth?

Long term effects include meth mouth (addicts often loose all their teeth), open sores, chronic fatigue, paranoia or delusional thinking, changes in personality (severe depression). Bone loss and malnutrition, liver and kidney damage. Loss of interest in friends, sports, school, church and even permanent psychological damage.

What response could I give to a friend who asks me to try meth without making them angry at me?

You could say:
a. “I’m not ready to change my life, please don’t ask me again”
b. ” I don’t want to destroy myself or my family, please don’t ask me again.”
c. ” It’s not my style. “
d. v That stuff is poisonous, I’m not going to put it in my body.”

What does meth look like?

It can be a powder or rocklike chunks that are white or yellow. Some types of meth are clear and look like crystal. There is reportably a new flavor know as ‘strawberry quick’, it is popular among new users who snort it because the flavoring can cut down on the bitter taste.

How is meth used?

Meth can be smoked, snorted, eaten or injected

What are some other names for meth?

Chalk, Crank, Glass, Ice, Speed, Tweak, Crystal

Is making meth dangerous?

Extremely dangerous! Meth labs generate poisonous gases and often catch fire or explode. Making meth produces toxic waste which is often just dumped in the ground or river.

What should I do if I suspect someone is making meth?

You can save somebody’s life by talking to someone you trust – your parents, teacher, counselor, school nurse, minister or law enforcement officer.

Does meth have a odor?

Yes, You might notice an unusual chemical smelll on the clothes or the person’s body that smells similar to cat urine.

Meth Ingredients

Meth Ingredients

What's In Meth?

  • Pseudoephedrine (Cold Tablets)
  • Acetone
  • Alcohol (Isopropyl or Rubbing)
  • Toluene
  • Ether (Engine Starter)
  • Sulfuric Acid (Drain Cleaner)
  • Methanol/Alcohol (Gasoline Additives)
  • Salt (Table/Rock)
  • Lithium (Batteries)
  • Anhydrous Ammonia (Farm Fertilizer)
  • Sodium Hydroxide (Red Devil Lye)
  • Red Phosphorus (Matches)
  • Muriatic Acid
  • Iodine
  • Sodium Metal

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Don't Meth With Us Foundation

PO Box 6725
Farmington, NM 87499

Dont Meth with us

“Life is full of choices, but if you decide to try meth, it will be the worst bad choice you will ever make.”
Paul McQueary