Drug abuse can affect the lives of those caught up in it in ways they might not expect. It can affect health, relationships, job and education. Recognising there is a problem with drugs is an important first step in seeking help and treatment.
Drug addiction can be treated, but it’s important that the person using drugs seeks help and support to figure next steps, rather than trying to deal with it on their own.
Drug abuse is often associated with illicit drugs such as speed, ice (crystal meth) or heroin, but prescription or over-the-counter medicines can also be abused, as can alcohol.
Alcohol is the most widely used legal drug in Australian society. It is so widely used, that many people don’t think of it as a drug, and may not realise that it can be very harmful.
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