Crystal meth is literally in our backyards in Luzerne County. According to news reports, a meth lab was recently discovered and destroyed by federal and local authorities on Church Street in Dallas, PA. A warrant was served and three suspects were arrested and now face a litany of felony charges that should result in lengthy prison sentences. But before they were taken into custody one of the suspects tried to set fire to the eventual evidence that was collected. Homes in the area had to be evacuated as a precaution.
A meth lab in any surrounding is extremely dangerous. The chemicals that are used to make the substance are very volatile. The people that manufacture this deadly poison inside their homes put whole communities in danger. For every one pound of meth that is made, it produces six pounds of waste. This waste is dangerous for everyone. It can take the skin right off your body. Our children can be exposed.
If you are reading this as either someone addicted to meth or knows someone who is battling this affliction, it is time to get help for this deadly addiction. Clearbrook has been treating the addiction to methamphetamine for decades. There is a specific detox and rehabilitation program to treat this disease. Our admissions staff is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.