Identifying Drugs

A critical part of understanding teen drug use is awareness about drug paraphernalia—the items kids use to hide or consume drugs. You may find these items in your child’s bedroom, car or backpack.

Knowing what to look for can be difficult for those us that aren’t drug experts. Use this user-friendly guide created by the DEA to help identify several different drugs.

Click here to enlarge picture and be directed to the webpage with additional information!



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