Resources for Understanding the Danger of Recreational Marijuana
See below for credible resources for sharing, printing, and informing others of the truth about the danger of recreational marijuana.
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- SAM: Lessons learned from Marijuana Legalization in Four U.S. States and D.C. (44 pages)
- The Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado: The Impact (176 pages)
- SAM: Marijuana’s Medical Potential Responsibly: A Six Point Plan (8 pages)
- Michigan Prevention Association: Public Health Concerns Related to Availability and Use of Marijuana (6 pages)
- SAM: Top 10 Messages Against Legalization
- National Families in Action: What will Legal Marijuana Cost Employers (66 pages)
- Tracking the Money That’s Legalizing Marijuana And Why It Matters (31 pages)
- WHO: The health and social effects of nonmedical cannabis use (72 pages)
- The Weekly Standard: Reefer Madness (12 pages)
- One Minute of Marijuana Secondhand Smoke Exposure…
- Perceived harms and benefits of tobacco, marijuana, and electronic vaporizers…
- Co-Occurrence of Substance-Related and Other Mental Health Disorders Among Adolescent Cannabis Users
- Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance – United States 2017
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Watch these informative videos on the topic of recreational marijuana.
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Chronic State: How marijuana normalization impacts communities.
Will Jones from Smart Approaches to Marijuana talks about the racial disparities that have resulted from recreational marijuana legalization in Colorado and other states.
The harms of recreational marijuana through the lens of recovery and substance abuse treatment.
See below for some helpful resources:
- Michigan Resources and more
- National Helpline: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
- 2015 Keys to Addiction Resource Sheet
- Oakland Community Health Network’s Substance Abuse Services for Uninsured
- Licensed Treatment Centers in Oakland County
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