Drug and street term: Hannah Montana
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.
Hannah Montana (han-uh mon-tan-uh) (n.) – a term popularized by the rap group Migos and song of the same name. This song references Hannah Montana as a slang for the word cocaine because of it’s similarity to the hit Disney television show of the same name. Since its inception the phrase Hannah Montana has been widely especially by teens to describe the illicit drug as being white and popular.
Inspirations Cocaine Treatment
Our Inspirations for Youth and Families cocaine drug program helps teens overcome their addiction to this powerful stimulant that is derived from the leaves of the coca plant.
Cocaine can be administered through snorting, injecting and smoking. The intensity and duration of cocaine’s effect depend on its administration. The faster this drug can be absorbed into the blood stream the more intense the high. The duration of a cocaine high lasts usually 15 to 30 minutes which is why abusers must constantly administer the drug. Cocaine is most commonly abused in binges which is repeatedly abusing a drug in a relatively short amount of time and usually in high doses.
Our teens undergo treatment at our facility to form new habits and break away from addiction. We offer a wide range of therapeutic options that allow your teens express themselves in a more product manner. We teach our teens proper communication skills and how to have fun sober.
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