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Drug dealers will do anything to manipulate your teen.

Teensavers was alerted to helpful hints from the United Prevention people, and their message conveys from DEA information about drug paraphernalia.

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Their alert said:

According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), drug paraphernalia are often marketed specifically to youth with colorful logos, celebrity pictures and fun designs. The items are meant to look harmless and disguise the dangers of taking controlled substances, and some items can even be found at the mall. Being aware of trendy drug items is the first step when staying involved as a parent.

Parents often have an idea if their child is using drugs based on physical and emotional signs (visit http://www.theantidrug.com for more information on what to look for), but learning what paraphernalia are used to engage in drug-related activities and how to identify these items can help parents understand even more. “Drug paraphernalia is any legitimate equipment, product or material that is modified for making, using or concealing illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine,” stated the DEA.

Drug paraphernalia generally falls into two categories. User-specific products include certain pipes, smoking masks, bongs, cocaine freebase kits, marijuana grow kits, roach clips and items such as hollowed out soda cans or fake pagers used to conceal illegal drugs. Dealer-specific products are used by drug traffickers for preparing illegal drugs for distribution at the street level including scales, vials and baggies.

Under the Federal Drug Paraphernalia Statute, which is part of the Controlled Substances Act, it is illegal to possess, sell, transport, import or

export drug paraphernalia, but with the popularity and ease of use of the Internet, law enforcement face another challenge. Drug paraphernalia pushers have become businessmen and women on the Internet, selling their items worldwide. To cut down on the availability online, in 2003 the government initiated Operation Pipedreams, a national sweep that shut down some Internet sites selling drug paraphernalia. Eighteen Internet companies targeted accounted for more than a quarter of a billion dollars in retail drug paraphernalia sales annually. While the sweep worked, over the years sites have continued to pop up, making it convenient for teens to skirt around parents to make their purchases.

Because drug paraphernalia is often marketed specifically to youth with colorful logos, celebrity pictures and designs, it is important for parents to know what to look for. The items are meant to look harmless and give the impression that the dangers of taking controlled substances are not only OK, but fun. As a new trend, younger teens might be tempted to purchases the items to appear cool.

The Unified Prevention! (UP!) Coalition for a Drug-Free Doña Ana County, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico, is dedicated to ending the cycle of drug abuse in southern New Mexico. For more information on teens and drug use, or to get involved in the collation, call (575) 521-4794. A Community that’s Aware is a Community that Cares is submitted by Charlotte Tallman, media campaign coordinator for the Unified Prevention! (UP!) Coalition for a Drug-Free Doña Ana County, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico.

If you are thinking about drug testing your teen you are not alone. 

 

Question: I’m thinking about drug testing my teen. Where can I get a Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit?

Answer: You can buy it at Rite-Aid stores and online at CVS.com, Walgreens.com, Amazon.com and Drugstore.com

Click here for an easy access to the Rite-Aid store locator or our other retailers’ online shopping carts.

Have a question about the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit? Call 949-754-0440 or email at support@myteensavers.com

TeenSaver Diagnostics Inc., an Irvine, California based company, is
thrilled to announce that the most family friendly and most accurate
home drug testing product line approved by the FDA, the Teensavers® Home
Drug Test Kit, is now available to the 66 million customers who shop at
Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer.

“In the world
of online retail, it is no secret that Amazon.com is the undisputed
leader for nearly 100 million customers,” said Steve Stahovich. “What
originally was an online bookstore has now become the trusted go-to
everything store for families. We feel excited that parents can find our
products on Amazon.com, as they shop for other necessities for their
families and for their homes.”

There are five different Teensavers® Home Drug Test Kits available on Amazon.com:
— 1-panel ($16.99) Marijuana (THC) test.
— 3-panel ($21.99), which tests for Marijuana, Cocaine, and Methamphetamine.
— 5-panel ($25.99) screens for the previous three drugs, plus Oxycodone and Opiates.
— 7-panel ($29.99) screens for the previous 5 drugs plus Benzodiazepines and Ecstasy (MDMA.)

— 12-panel test is the most comprehensive Teensavers® Home Drug Test
Kit. It screens for Marijuana, Cocaine, PCP, Opiates, Amphetamines,
Methamphetamine, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Oxycodone, Methadone,
Ecstasy (MDMA), and Tricyclic Antidepressants. The 12-panel test is
currently being offered for $39.99.

“After my history of
substance abuse treatment, I am proud to provide home drug testing
choices to families,” said Stahovich. “Most times a teen may admit to
smoking marijuana, but our tests can help catch if there is a silent
substance in your child’s system. Our home drug tests offer not only
results, but guidance before, during, and after you gives the test.”

The
Teensavers® Home Drug Test Kit is 99.9% accurate, made in America, and
approved by the FDA. The test is endorsed by America’s Parenting Coach,
Tim Chapman, a 30-year treatment veteran. Chapman says the Teensavers®
Home Drug Test Kit is a tool that belongs in all family medicine
cabinets. “Kids are turning to prescription drugs in alarming numbers.
This test can be your weapon in not only detecting the drug use, but
deterring it. Having this test at home puts teens on notice that they
could face drug testing at any time. The next time they are asked to try
drugs by someone they know, they won’t hesitate to say, “I can’t. My
parents home drug test me.””

The Teensavers® Home Drug Test Kit
was recently named a 2011 “Top Products” Winner by Parent Tested, Parent
Approved, one of the most reliable and valuable online resources for
parents. The entire product line has also received high regards from
numerous “mom blogs” for the ease of use, the science behind the tests,
and the around-the-clock helpline offered to families. “When you buy our
test from Amazon.com, you have the reassurance that you are getting a
quality product that is made with your family’s best interest at heart.
We are proud that more parental groups, like Parent Tested, Parent
Approved endorse our products,” said Stahovich.

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Teensavers salutes Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 2011.

IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WITH A DRUG PROBLEM OR SUSPECT A DRUG PROBLEM IN YOUR HOME CLICK HERE

Senator
Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y) has introduced a three pronged plan to combat
prescription drug abuse.  The Senator introduced his plan at a New York
pharmacy.

Schumer’s plan calls for:

  1. Added medical training for painkiller prescription and addiction training related to those medications.
  2. Stiffer penalties for thieves convicted of stealing painkillers.
  3. A new federal prescription tracking system that would cross state lines.

Schumer
also believes that disallowing banks from accepting credit card
transactions from online pharmacies would have a similar effect as the
online gambling ban.

Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/A-3-point-plan-to-battle-prescription-drug-abuse-1461817.php#ixzz1RuFZMHt1

The
truth is that many of these pills lead to a severe opiate addiction.   A
lot of these kids trying these pills turn to heroin, because it is a
better high at a cheaper cost to them.

Understanding prescription drug abuse is something many parents need to do.

A
Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit can help detect if your teen is using
drugs.  You can get one at Walgreens.com or by clicking HERE.