It would be incredibly helpful for those having problems with crystal meth, if,
Firstly, there was someone they could email to get the very best answers to their questions.
No doubt there is already lots of answers on the world wide web, lots of Frequently Asked Questions and so on that can be located with Google and other searches by anybody, and that there is going to be more and more every day, but one needs to be some sort of expert to sort through all this stuff, and it’s a lot of hard work. In an ideal world there would be experts who would do all this hard work for you – who you could email, and get half page answers back, more or less straight away.
The exciting thing about this, is that, with modern technology, such experts could service the whole wide world.
Secondly, they could readily get details of the very best psychiatrists, psychologists and other professionals who specialise in providing help, and of any other resources that may be helpful.
Initially this would just involve putting together lists, although eventually it might be better if there were experts on the experts.
Thirdly, they could readily get details of any other resources that may be helpful.
None of this would be too difficult.
In the meantime we are waiting on some response to this email we sent to the Commonwealth Minister for Health, Sussan Ley, some 11 days ago.
A postscript: One of the things that fascinates us this is that perhaps those most in need of the above are doctors. If they have a patient who they think requires help that they can’t give them, who is it best for them to refer them on to? And how does the patient, and the doctor too, get the best answers to their questions?