Club Drug Rehab Boston
- Parent Category: Metro
- Category: Boston Drug Rehab
- Written by Stop Admin
As Boston youths get high in the club the need for club drug rehab becomes a prevalent issue in the area.
The availability and abuse of club drugs--particularly MDMA, ketamine, LSD, and GHB (and its analogs), pose an increasing threat to Boston. Club drugs primarily are distributed and abused by teenagers and young adults at raves, techno parties, nightclubs, and on college campuses. The availability of the drug is increasing as is the need for club drug addiction treatment.
MDMA (3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine, also known as ecstasy) is the most widely available and frequently abused club drug in Boston. Teenagers and young adults are the primary abusers of MDMA in the city. Other club drugs such as LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), ketamine, GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyrate) and its analogs GBL, BD, GHV, and GVL are available and abused in Boston, fueling the need for club drug rehab, education and addiction treatment. City officials believe that the answers to addiction recovery lie within the concept of drug rehab Massachusetts.