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Drugs & the Brain Wallet Card

This tool is designed for at-risk offenders leaving criminal justice facilities and transitioning back to a less structured environment. To prepare these individuals to return to their home environment, counselors can customize this tool to help them identify triggers that could prompt a drug relapse. It also includes information about resources and helplines. These discreet cards can be kept in a wallet, pocket, purse, or cell phone case for easy access. The wallet cards can be ordered free of charge from the NIDA Research Dissemination Center.

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Words appear: New from the National Institute on Drug Abuse

On a green background, a brain image with red, orange, and gold tones appears.

Words appear: The Drugs & the Brain Wallet Card

Brain image fades to show to hands holding a 2 inch by 3.5 inch trifold card with the brain image and HHS and NIDA logos.

Words appear: Relapse Prevention Tool

The hands begin to open the first panel and the image switches to another set of hand that finishes opening the first panel.

Another set of hands is holding the card open and there is information on the card about drugs and the brain and overdose.

Words appear: That Can Be Personalized

The same set of hands begins to open the second panel and the image switches to another set of hands the finishes opening the second panel. Information about triggers is visible on the card.

Words appear: And is Easy to Read & Carry

The hands refold the second panel and another set of hands refolds the first panel and begins turning the card over.

Words appear: A Free Resource Available

Another set of hands finishes turning the card over

Words appear: To Order on the NIDA Website

Another set of hands is shown holding the card by the corners and information about resources is visible. The back of the card is shown again in a single hand.

Words appear: Order the Drugs & the Brain Wallet Card, Today

A set of hands is shown turning the card from back to front. Another set of hands is shown sliding the card into a cell phone case.

Words appear: Drugpubs.drugabuse.gov

HHS logo. NIDA logo. www.drugabuse.gov

This page was last updated March 2017