The Meth Project’s research-based messaging campaign—which graphically portrays the ravages of Meth use through television, radio, billboards, and online ads—has gained nationwide attention for its uncompromising approach and demonstrated impact.
Idaho Meth Project volunteers and recovered addicts share their first-hand accounts of the dangers of Methamphetamine abuse and how their lives have been negatively affected by this drug.
Montana Meth is a personal look at the physical and psychological damage caused by Meth, a particularly vicious drug, whose effects range from tooth decay, skin lesions, and paranoia to brain damage, convulsions, and death. The filmmaker, Eames Yates, speaks with several addicts and recovering addicts whose lives have been crippled by this drug.
Executive Producer: Thomas M. Siebel
Producers: Eames Yates and John Loeffler
Director: Eames Yates
Watch 'Brain & Behavior' to view the effects of Meth on the brain. 'Brain & Behavior' — a groundbreaking video on the effects of methamphetamine on the brain — explores the biological basis of addiction and the latest Meth research. Presented by UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, a leading research institution on the topic of methamphetamine and Eyes of the World Media Group, this research-based series presents the most up-to-date information in a compelling and easy-to-understand format. Shot in high definition with state-of-the-art graphics, viewers get an inside view into a brain on Meth.
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