Illicit Drugs

Illicit drugs are those that are illegal to make, sell, or use. They include:

  • Cocaine
  • Amphetamines
  • Heroin
  • Hallucinogens

Many illicit drugs are highly addictive and pose serious risks. Using these drugs usually begins as an experiment or because of curiosity. Other times, it may start from using prescription pain medication prescribed to treat an illness or injury.

Over time, a user may become hooked on the mental or physical effects of the drug. This leads to the user needing more of the substance to get the same effects. Without help, a person with an illicit drug addiction will often put their health and safety in danger.

Below are people who seeked for help and today they got clean from illicit drugs:


If you would like to be one of them join us on the Addiction Cleansing Therapy session on the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

If you are interested to find out more about the Addiction Cleansing Therapy and can’t wait until the 26th of June, we have the ACT meetings every Sunday at 6pm at the Rainbow Theatre.