1: Signs of Drug Use Glassy eyes, poor coordination, slurred speech - these could indicate someone is high on drugs. Learn more.

2: Physical Symptoms Flushed skin, excessive sweating, rapid breathing - beware of these signs in a loved one.

3: Behavioral Changes Agitation, paranoia, changes in sleep patterns - recognize these red flags before it's too late.

4: Emotional Signs Mood swings, sudden outbursts, strange new friends - don't ignore these warning signs.

5: What to Do Approach with empathy, offer help, seek professional guidance - your support can make a difference.

6: Encouraging Treatment Find resources, provide emotional support, encourage seeking treatment - be a lifeline for someone in need.

7: Family and Friends Communicate openly, set boundaries, prioritize self-care - know that you are not alone in this struggle.

8: Community Support Join a support group, volunteer with recovery programs, educate others - together, we can make a difference.

9: Ending the Stigma Promote understanding, increase access to treatment, break the cycle of shame - together, we can create a healthier, drug-free community.