Face2Face system has been developed to fight the Methamphetamine epidemic by showing people at risk how their faces will look like in 6 months, 1 year and 3 years after using meth. By personalizing the drug awareness message, Face2Face is effectively used in education and prevention by showing the shocking visual changes meth causes.
The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians, has created a Methamphetamine Awareness Program for Mendocino County. Sheriff Tom Allman approached software developer Abalone LLC of Moss Beach, California with a request to develop a software that can show the devastating effects of meth on a person’s face. To date Face2Face has been adapted by numerous sheriff and police departments, US Air Force, DEA Demand Reduction Units and National Guard Counterdrug units in many states.
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