Another year in Alamogordo and the Otero County Health Council and
Otero County Meth Coalition realize we still are under siege by the
insidious invader methamphetamine.
What can help guide children, peers, relatives, fellow employees,
supervisors, and fellow church members is the understanding that
methamphetamine respects no man.
The medical and clinical facts are that every person who experiments
with or uses this drug gets hooked immediately. Obsession for more
and an increase in the amount used occurs right away.
Continued use will result in the lack of good judgment. Users become
impulsive, aggressive, possibly violent, and lose the use of healthy logic.
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