Date Rape Drugs Fact Sheet
Publication Year: 2008
Type: Federal resource, Fact Sheet
This fact sheet answers common questions about the drugs GHB, Rohypnol, and Ketamine which are commonly referred to as date rape drugs. It explains what these drugs look like, the symptoms or effects they have on the body, legal concerns, and how to protect yourself from becoming a victim. It also discusses how drinking too much alcohol can leave one vulnerable to rape or assault.
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