Molly, no longer a Sweet Irish Girl Name
For some they have already heard of this “designer drug” but no one is completely 100% aware of its dangers. Molly is a designer drug that is taking over party scenes. Earlier this month Grand Rapids Michigan decided to find out more information about this drug and luckily they were able to come across a girl who was willing to tell her story first hand. Her identity was protected so we will call her Alana. Alana who is now a 21 year old Spring Lake resident said Molly was the cause of why her life took a tailspin for the worst. A once promising pre med student who was always top of the class first tried Molly while away at college. Molly led to failing grades and a college student living off a dangerous cocktail of Molly, alcohol, Adderall and sometimes even cocaine. She reported some days she couldn’t even get out of bed for class which was inevitable the reason for her failing out of college and sent back home. Once back home she explained how even though she left school, she still hadn’t left Molly. Once back in her hometown in Michigan it didn’t take long for her to discover Molly-fueled raves were very much alive in Grand Rapids. She met a guy who was selling t-shirts at the raves and also selling Molly to kids who weren’t old enough to drink, and instead took Molly. This designer drug is said to be at concert scenes and even more readily available than marijuana. Molly is even inexpensive and said to be pocket change for most young people. Michigan DEA and the local Grand Rapid office both said Molly is common and readily available in their state. It’s an extremely dangerous drug that has been linked to deaths across the country. Officials say they are concerned because Molly is made in other countries and they do not know their contents and the extent of how lethal they are to ones bodies. All they know and understand is that the fatalities linked to Molly use are ever growing in the United States. Often times enough people fall victim to substance dependencies, and in most cases it’s never an intentional idea to do so. Seabrook offers a wide range of addiction treatment services including intensive stabilization(also known as detoxification), individual and group therapy, and education in the biological, social and spiritual aspect of addiction in residential treatment. Our inpatient rehabilitation program consists of a three phase continuum of care for adult’s ages 18 years and over.