Information for senior project

by Shanda

I'm doing my senior project on drug addiction and groups that help the people that are addicted to stop. I found a lot of amazing information that I really want to use and i was just wondering if I could? And if you allow me to I was wondering if you could tell me when you last updated this and who wrote it. Thank you very much.

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by: Debbie Wicker

Hello Shanda,

Yes you can use some of the information on this site for your senior project with two conditions. First please don't use information from more than five pages of the site. Second, please give credit to Drug-Addiction-Support.org for anything you use.

Chaplain Ned Wicker wrote the majority of the pages of this website.

Good luck with your project,

Debbie

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