Tue, 21 Oct 2014
Sean Plunket talks to David Collinge – founder of The Pipe Down Project – an initiative he started this year to lobby government and initiate legislative change to allow compulsory family-enforced rehab for methamphetamine addicts.
It will allow families to “build a fence” at the top of the cliff to help save loved ones trapped by meth.
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