Methamphetamine is quickly becoming one of the nation's most dangerous drugs, affecting people of all socioeconomic categories and geographic locations. In response to this emerging crisis, MSU Extension specialists developed a range of research-based programs and materials, in collaboration with key state agencies, to combat rising meth use in one rural Western state. The materials have been widely distributed and results indicate that the materials are having positive effects on meth use, production, and awareness. As a result of this cooperative effort, valuable lessons have been learned that can help other states deal with critical social issues.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Journal||Journal of Extension|
|State||Published - Oct 1 2008|
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