Inhaling paraphernalia, such as razor blades, mirrors, straws and pens are common. Also look for aluminum foil and tin cans that have burn marks. If the user is injecting it, look out for syringes, heated spoons, or surgical tubing. Glass pipes or light bulbs with the filament are used to smoke meth. Again, look for black burn marks on one side. Small plastic baggies is what meth is usually stored in.
The meth epidemic doesn’t just touch the user. It tears at the very fabric of our communities and will take everyone working together to solve.
The growing meth problem in Wisconsin has community members in Taylor County banding together and taking action.
Three recovering meth addicts News 18 spoke to all got hooked when they were just teenagers.
Unfortunately when it comes to the health, well-being and futures of our children, more questions remain than answers, especially when it comes to what to do when a child’s hair sample tests positive for meth.
In 2015, only 15 kids were in placement in Chippewa County. Now, three years later that number has multiplied by 12.