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For More Information on Inhalant Abuse‚ Visit These Websites
Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) contains news releases and message boards to help you learn about inhalant abuse. Visit their site at http://www.inhalant.org/ to download the Inhalant Abuse Prevention Kit.
American Council for Drug Education (ACDE) has tips and tools for health care professionals‚ parents‚ college students‚ kids‚ teachers and employers. ACDE also provides information to help you avoid the temptation to use inhalants. Learn more at http://www.acde.org/.
Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse has extensive information for Canadians suffering from substance abuse. To learn more about drug abuse and rehabilitation services in Canada‚ visit http://www.ccsa.ca/Pages/Splash.htm
MayoClinic.com Article on understanding the warning signs of huffing‚ and teaching kids about the dangers of inhalant abuse can be found at http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/inhalant-abuse/HQ00923
National Inhalant Prevention Coalition (NIPC)‚ found at http://www.inhalants.com/‚ has a wealth of information related to inhalant abuse. Examples of what you will find include: health effects associated with inhalant abuse; an explanation of Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome (SSDS); links to rehabilitation sites; links for teachers; and information on how to sign up for the Inhalant Prevention Campaign.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) provides education resources for students‚ parents‚ teachers and health care professionals. Learn more about these topics and find other links at http://www.nida.nih.gov/. NIDA is the parent website for Inhalants.Drugabuse.Gov‚ which has news releases and publications on inhalant abuse. Find links to their resources at http://inhalants.drugabuse.gov/.
New England Inhalant Abuse Prevention Coalition provides web-based training on inhalant abuse. The website is geared toward New England residents‚ but has links to national training sites. Find out more at http://www.inhalantabusetraining.org/. For more information on inhalant abuse prevention and treatment‚ see http://www.inhalantprevention.org/.
Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) provides information on how the government regulates drugs. To learn more about drugs and the law‚ visit http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.org/.
Partnership for a Drug-free America (PDFA) has videos‚ success stories and information on drug abuse and addiction. This interactive site has pages geared toward parents and teens‚ as well as a memorial section for those who lost their battle with drug abuse. Learn more at http://www.drugfree.org/.
The Reality Tour Drug Prevention Program‚ offered by the non-profit organization CANDLE‚ INC.‚ is a reality-based educational program for drug abuse awareness and prevention. To learn more about their resources and programs‚ go to http://www.candleinc.org/
FOR INFORMATION ON THE DANGERS OF INTENTIONAL INHALANT ABUSE, PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:
CLICK HERE to watch: “If You Sniff to Get High.”
CLICK HERE to watch “Mike,” a Public Service Announcement hosted by Inhalant.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COMPRESSED GAS DUSTERS‚ CLICK HERE.