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Meth and Women

This website is designed to assist women in finding resources to prevent and stop meth addiction.

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Methamphetamine is known as a woman’s drug. A woman's role of taking care of the children and working puts them at particular risk for trying the drug. Women today have unique circumstances. They're expected to be all things, all the time, and that's unrealistic. Not only are they juggling job and kids, but they are supposed to look good, and keep the weight off. When they begin to use methamphetamine, they feel more energy, they feel more mastery, and they feel like they can get it all done. They can take care of their kids; they can do their job, sometimes two jobs. They can meet what is for many women today, an almost impossible ideal." -Kay Carnahan

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