Identifying Drug Paraphernalia
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As a parent, its scary to think about your kid being addicted to something dangerous. You constantly watch over them, monitor what they are eating, the amount of food intake, their mood swings, their hygiene, the way they dress-up, etc. How would you know if someone is using drugs? A good way is to look for common items that are sometimes out of place that can be used as drug paraphernalia. There are multitudes of common items that can be used as drug paraphernalia, the most common and known are crack pipes, bongs, syringes, which makes it very obvious that the person owning the items is using it for taking drugs. But there are also ordinary household items which are widely used as drug peripherals.
If you or anyone else are having problems with drug addiction, please call Solutions-Recovery at 702-854-2404 or use our online forms to contact us for a free assessment.
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