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Black Tar

Black tar, also known as black heroin, is dark, tough and extremely potent. Originating from Mexico, the drug has a purity rating of 70%, making it an extremely addictive drug.

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Ecstasy is an illegal drug often used for pleasure at clubs. It is both a stimulant and a psychedelic leaving users feeling energized and with distorted perceptions. It enhances enjoyment from touching objects and people.

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Alcohol Misuse

Alcohol misuse is a term used to describe a pattern of either frequent binge drinking or drinking heavily to the point of being severely drunk more than twice. Alcohol abuse is the pattern of drinking despite having negative consequences.

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Bi-Polar Disorder

Bi –Polar disorder (also known as manic depression) is a disorder that causes emotional changes and mood swings, causing great highs and bad lows in the mood of the individual. Bi-Polar is often found as a co-occurring disorder with drug addiction or alcoholism.

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Brown Sugar

Brown sugar is the street name for the narcotic substance heroin.

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Benzos: Benzos are the shortened form of Benzodiazepine, a depressant often used to treat alcoholism.

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Brown is a nickname of the opiate drug, heroin.

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A counselor is an individual who provides advice for a choice or course of action.

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Clean Time

Clean time can be described as the period of time which a drug addict or alcohol has remained clean & sober

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Come Down

Come down is the slow reduction of a drug effect after reaching the high from drugs (feeling of euphoria).

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