If You’ve Been Prescribed Adderall, Ritalin, Or Dexedrine To Manage A D H D,
It Might Seem Harmless To Share One Or Two Pills With A Friend --
Or To Take Pills From A Friend If They’re Offered To You.

But Unless The Pills Are Specifically Prescribed To You,
You Could End Up In A Very Dangerous Situation.

Chemically, Amphetamines --
Like Adderall, Ritalin, Or Dexedrine --
Are Incredibly Similar To Methamphetamine.1

1 Source: Https://Www.Drugabuse.Gov/Publications/Drugfacts/Methamphetamine

They Can Even Produce Similar Side Effects,
Like A Rapid Heartbeat And Increased Blood Pressure --
Both Of Which Can Make You Feel Dizzy, Light-headed, And Short Of Breath.2

2 Source: https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/methamphetamine

And If You Think That’s Scary --

Wait Until You Hear This.

Sharing Your Prescription Pills With A Friend
Could Result In You Spending Up To A Year In Jail,
Paying Up To One Thousand Dollars In Fines,
And Potentially Developing A Serious Addiction.3

3 Source: Wy Statute 35.7.1031.

If You’re Ever Offered Adderall Or Ritalin --
Even From A Friend --
Just Remember ... “Nope.”

Say “No.”
Offer To Be A Designated Driver.
Say You Have Other Plans.
Exit By Finding Something Else To Do.4

4 Source: https://teens.drugabuse.gov/blog/post/6-tactful-tips-resisting-peer-pressure-to-use-drugs-and-alcohol

Every Day In Two Thousand Seventeen,
More Than Three Thousand People --
Some As Young As 12 Years Old --
Started Misusing Prescription Stimulants.5

5 Source: https://teens.drugabuse.gov/blog/post/6-tactful-tips-resisting-peer-pressure-to-use-drugs-and-alcohol

They Didn’t Know The Risks;
We Want To Make Sure You Do.
Learn More At TheyDidntKnowWyo.org.