Drug and street term: Wildcat
To better inform everyone, we had a round table discussion with teens from Inspirations for Youth
and Families about drug and street terms everyone may want to know. The definition below is based
on collective information gathered from teens within our rehab and online research.
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Wildcat (wahyld-kat) (n.) – a term for methcathinone mixed with cocaine. These two are combined to create a stronger and more potent high.
Inspirations Drug Abuse Treatment
Inspirations for Youth and Families takes a different approach to teen addiction treatment. We offer both the traditional 12 step method of treatment as well as alternative forms of therapies for our teen clients. Inspirations also provides dual diagnosis treatment for teens suffering from addiction and mental health disorders. By treating both we help resolve addiction at its core.
The Inspirations treatment approach is not “one-size-fits-all”. Instead, therapists, doctors, and addiction experts work with each client and his or her family to design a personalized treatment plan. This plan is based on the client’s individual needs and medical history. We also tackle designer drugs like molly, flakka, and wildcat.
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