There are some drugs so addictive all it takes is one time for a person to get hooked. That's what happens with crystal meth addiction. Narcotics officer Jason Grellner says it is the drug that police hate most because they see first-hand what crystal meth addiction does to kids from all walks of life and how families cope with crystal meth addiction.
"This is the most addictive drug we've ever seen. It's not 'I tried it once, I didn't like it, I never went back to it.' This is, 'I tried it. I need it. I'll risk my life and the lives of my friends to get it.'" Each year, 12 million kids try meth and, says officer Grellner, "we don't have many success stories of people getting off of it until their lives are completely ruined."
Just Once shares the true stories about crystal meth addiction from regular kids: an honor student with a full scholarship to college who tried meth once and in six months became an addict and a jailed felon; and a teen who went blind cooking meth at home.
Just Once helps families prevent crystal meth addiction.
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