After Four Northeast Molly Deaths, School Talks To Parents

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A New Hampshire school is reaching out to parents after four recent deaths involving the party drug Molly. Those addicted to these drugs should seek immediate professional help found at a detox center such as Harbor Village.

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“Molly has made a name for itself as a dangerous designer drug. If you or someone you know gets involved with these street drugs, get immediate help before it's too late, said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.

As reported by the WCVB.com, Boston (9/12) in their news story titled, Pembroke Academy reaches out to parents, students about drug Molly, that after four young people living in the Northeast U.S. were killed by the drug Molly, a New Hampshire school, Pembroke Academy, wants to reach out and talk to parents about the dangers of using the drug Molly. Two of the four people killed had ties to New Hampshire.

Molly is one of the new designer drugs that poses unforeseen risks, which features harmful effects up to and including death. Harbor Village, located in sunny South Florida, is equipped to help clients receive private drug treatment and recover in an upscale, 24/7 medically supervised, state-of-the art environment. Every client staying at Harbor Village is greeted by luxury accommodations including a beautifully furnished suite complete with satellite television, an acre of scenic outdoor lounge area, salon, spa and massage services, acupuncture treatment, nutritious, gourmet dining, limo pickup and transportation to anywhere in Florida and a program designed for each client's specific problem.

According to Pembroke Academy reaches out to parents, students about drug Molly, the school hasn't seen use of Molly on campus, but still want to get involved by informing the students about the drug. Also known as MDMA or ecstasy, the school's administrators want the parent of all 875 students to be informed about the drug's dangers so they can talk to their kids about it at home.

Jay Bachelder, an intervention and prevention counselor at the school says, “There’s this false sense of safety among young people that somehow Molly is a safer, more pure form, that maybe there aren’t the side effects and dangers that people have associated with ecstasy in the past,” Bachelder said.

“Molly has made a name of itself as a dangerous designer drug. If you or someone you know gets involved with these street drugs, get immediate help before it's too late, said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.

For more information, visit: http://harborvillageflorida.com/ 
or call the 24/7 hotline 1-855-338-6900.

Media Contact: 
Robert Niznik 
Harbor Village 
Miami, FL 
305-999-5728 
robert(at)harborvillageflorida(dot)com

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