The Illinois Meth Project radio ads communicate the risks of Meth use through the real, personal stories from young people who share their first-hand experiences with Meth.

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"Awareness campaigns can shape attitudes and spark conversations. These are not quiet ads...these ads will make people think."

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin,
Illinois


"When I was using, my biggest dream was to die."
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"...and that's when I started selling my body for Meth."
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"At the age of 14, I moved in with my drug dealer."
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"I wanted to quit like after my best friend died..."
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"I'd sit at the mirror and pick and pick and pick at my face."
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"I lost where I lived. I lost where I worked."
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"I always thought someone was going to kill me."
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"...if I even moved an inch I might have a heart attack."
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"I was having seizures because of the drugs I took."
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