MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine), the drug Ecstasy.
Methadone Maintenance Programme
A detoxification programme where users take a less virulent opiate in order to wean themselves off heroin.
A synthetic form of opium.
An opioid receptor antagonist which has been found to be beneficial in the control of hyperactivity and self-injurious behaviour.
One of a set of drugs used to treat substance use disorders which influence brain neurotransmitter receptor sites and prevent the neuropsychological effects of stimulants, opiates and hallucinogens.
A derivative of cannabis consisting of dried and crushed cannabis leaves.
Methedrine, a common form of amphetamine.
Motivational-Enhancement Therapy (MET)
An intervention for substance abuse and dependency involving communication training, work- and school-related skills, problem-solving skills, peer-refusal skills, negative mood management, social support and general relapse prevention.