When individuals have changed their life to ensure continued use of a particular drug such that all their activities are centred on the drug and its use.
Consciousness-expanding or mind-manifesting drugs.
Recurrent substance use in situations in which it is physically and psychologically hazardous.
A person’s exhaled smoke, inhaled by another person.
Group of common hallucinogenic drugs, which includes PCP, “angel dust”, and less potent compounds such as ketamine, cyclohexamine and dizocilpine.
Residential Rehabilitation Centres
Centres which allow people to live, work and socialize with others undergoing treatment in an environment that offers advice, support and treatment programmes enabling clients to learn the social and coping skills necessary for the transition back to a normal life.
The brain neurocircuitry that make substance use pleasurable.