Club Drugs: Dancing with Danger
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The use of club drugs is on the rise, yet many people aren't even aware of what they are. The use of these types of drugs originated in raves, at concerts and in night clubs and include meth, ecstasy, PMA, GHB and ketamine. These drugs can all be deadly, even with the very first use, and they are associated with date rape, induced schizophrenia and overdoses.
Club Drugs is a powerful training video that can be used to educate young people on the dangers of these designer drugs. In addition, it can be a useful training for parents of teens, for counselors and for educators at all levels. The video features interviews with former users who describe harrowing experiences related to the use of club drugs as well as interviews with experts who detail the clinical dangers of club drug use and how they affect the body.