The majority of U.S. counties report Meth is their most serious drug problem – more than cocaine and marijuana combined. The financial and social consequence of Meth abuse in Hawaii is devastating with overburdened jails and prisons, reduced employee productivity, and increased foster care, healthcare, and treatment costs.
Hawaii residents who at the time of entry are students enrolled in grades 7-12
The Hawaii Meth Project Break the Ice Art Contest is aimed at broadly communicating the risks of Meth, or “Ice,” through works of art. The contest offers students in grades 7-12 a way to be recognized for their artistic merit while learning about and communicating the dangers of this harmful drug.
McKinley High School
Waipahu High School
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.