I began using drugs to mask my emotional state. Needless to say by the time I was 13, I was using drugs and alcohol almost daily. The education systems was no longer a resource for obtaining information, yet a meeting place for my friends and I to create a negative social atmosphere.


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  • Lowest Low
    Leslie R.

    vUsing crystal meth is the worst thing I have ever done, and continues to haunt me today, even with two years clean...

    I could hear him talking to himself
    14 yrs old, Female

    I was at least 11 when my brother became the exact opposite of himself. My brother was popular, but for all the right things.

    Just This Once
    15 Yrs old, Female

    Ignite the flame,
    and light it up.
    You suck it in,
    your mind erupts.

  • my name is crystal meth...
    Solomon A.

    hi, nice to meet you said the angel of death- in case you wondered my name is crystal meth...

    2 years and it was all gone...
    Sollywood A.

    Thats all it took--2 years of her doing meth, and everything that we had- our house (foreclosed), 2 brand new cars (repossesed), $62,328 in the bank (spent)...

    Aira R.

    My cousin showed me a meth glass pipe, then she started telling me about all these things about it...

  • No Love From My Mom
    Christina M.

    My mom was on meth and other drugs ever since I was 4 years old...

    What next...
    Bel K.

    I began using out of curiousity. My boyfriend,his friends and their girlfriends all did it.I was the only one who didnt...

    I Didn't Even Know
    Olivia M.

    In January I heard the news. He had died. He had been in recovery for a meth addiction, relapsed, and died...



Ready to take the “Not Even Once” message to your community? Here are a few ways that you can mobilize to further the mission of Hawaii Meth Project.

  • Host a fundraiser — Hold a car wash, bake sale, talent show, silent auction, garage sale, or other event.
  • Start a Not Even Once (NEO) Club — Are you in middle or high school? Talk to your teacher about starting a NEO Club at your campus.
  • Plan a sign waving event — Take to the streets to spread the the “Not Even Once” message by sign waving along a main roadway or on a school campus.
  • Create a “Not Even Once” pledge — Gather your classmates or friends to sign a pledge or banner signifying your stand against Meth.
  • Submit a personal story, artwork, or video to the Share Your Story section — How has Meth affected your life? Your experience can help educate and inspire others.
  • Host or Teach a Meth Prevention Lesson — Help plan a community event or school presentation in your area or connect us with your local health teacher to coordinate a Meth Prevention Lesson for students.
  • Learn more in the ASK section of and share with others — Utilize this interactive, online resource to learn more about the dangers of Meth and pass that knowledge on to your classmates, friends, and family.
  • Connect with Hawaii Meth Project on social media — You can stay connected with Hawaii Meth Project on social media and share important facts with friends and family.
  • Promote Hawaii Meth Project — Hang posters of our ads at your place of business, school, or local community center. Sponsor ad space in a local publication or on your website. You may also promote the “Not Even Once” message by purchasing and wearing HMP gear from our online store.

How to Get Started

Need some ideas or guidance on hosting your own event? View “Tips for Planning an Event” handout for ideas and suggestions.

Hawaii Meth Project can provide you with a web page to promote your event, online donation capability, and the Ask Meth Project logo.

Tell Hawaii Meth Project about your event!

We would love to hear about your community event and share the news on social media! Please send the following information and any photos to Hawaii Meth Project by email at
  • Your name and contact information
  • Your island of residence
  • Your school or organization name and website address (If applicable)
  • A brief description of your event
  • Date and time

Thank you for Mobilizing!


Help combat Meth abuse in Hawaii.

We need and rely upon volunteers from across the state for assistance. There are many ways you can make a difference:

  • Fundraising - Sponsor a fundraising event, encourage your local contacts to contribute, or serve on our county fundraising team and develop creative ideas to support the launch and sustainability of the Hawaii Meth Project.
  • Testimonials & Community Presentations - Help by telling others about your experience with Meth, or present the Hawaii Meth Project program to your local schools and community groups.
  • Administrative & Creative Support - Volunteers are always needed for assistance with research projects and administrative tasks. College students are eagerly sought after for these unique and rewarding positions.
  • Advocacy - We can always use help developing grassroots support and promoting community action.

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Thank your for your interest in the Hawaii Meth Project. For more information on how you can become involved in our work against Meth, visit the Get Involved page or contact us directly.

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