"Montana Meth takes an unflinching look at the debilitating impact of methamphetamine use. Delving deeper into the subject then ever before, it chronicles the stories of users and communities suffering from the tragic consequences of methamphetamine use.
This documentary film gives a really clear image of the shocking demise suffered by the users and the victims of these users…the methamphetamine epidemic just seems to be growing and there is a need to do something dramatic about it.
The Meth Project continue to work hard with the film company to make this film possible and describe the dangers and issues surrounding the use of methamphetamine. Meth has been cited by law enforcement officials as one the leading crime problems in America and has reached epidemic proportions in many states.
It is now becoming very evident in other parts of the world and we need to work to recognise the affects in the users to provide some early intervention.
For more information visit www.MethProject.org
Montana Meth is a personal look at the devastating physical and
psychological damage caused by methamphetamine, one of the most highly
addictive substances known. The effects of METH are far reaching and diverse and anyone suspecting that a loved one is becoming a user they need to become aware of the many signs:
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To bring up the profile of this issue the documentary has been shown as part of HBO’s Addiction series."
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