Illinois Meth Project
The Illinois Sheriffs’ Association and the Meth Project launched the Illinois Meth Project in 2007. This unique advertising campaign to discourage the use of Meth has been implemented in several counties of Illinois with great success. The Illinois Meth Use & Attitudes Survey (GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media) shows that in Central Illinois, teens’ attitudes toward the dangers of methamphetamine use have shifted substantially since the Illinois Meth Project initiated its Meth prevention campaign. Teens are now more aware of the dangers of taking Meth, more likely to discuss Meth with their parents, and less likely to try Meth even once.
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