Saturday, December 4, 2010

The use of meth and related substances is of increasing concern to various government agencies across the United States, and this website is a timely one. Created by a set of different government agencies (including the Department of Justice), the website contains an interactive map of meth resources across the country, a set of public service announcements, and information about their recent anti-meth campaign on Native American reservations. The primary sections of the site include "Overview", "Prevention", "Enforcement", and "Community Resources". The "Prevention" area contains resources for policy makers and health care professionals, along with a link to a discussion board. The "Policy & Legislation" area features a MethResources database that allows users to learn about federal legislative actions regarding meth. Finally, the "Community Resources" area features lists of upcoming conferences, grants for meth awareness projects, and a listing of additional related websites. >From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2010.

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