1. Keep your drink in your view at all times. (This is a no brainer)

2. Cap It. Cover Your Drink! Think Smart Safety First!™ For lids to cover your drink go to RoofieBlockers.com These come in handy when you are at social gatherings, parties, proms, and nightclubs. They come in handy any place where there is a crowd of people and they are drinking. It doesn’t really matter what they are drinking – it is access to the drink that we are concerned with here. Just because the kids are in high school and the prom is only serving cool aid that doesn’t mean that the drink can’t be spiked. What we’re talking about is a predator – they come in all ages. Watch Your Drink! Think Smart Safety First!™

3. Out on a blind date? Well, use the hair rule. What’s that you ask? If you leave your drink on the table and go to the restroom even if it is water, remember these drugs are colorless and odorless, sit down and say and act like there is a hair in your drink. “OMG there is a hair in my drink” swiftly grab the hair (hair is almost invisible you can play it off) and throw it on the floor. Immediately ask the waitress for a new drink because there was a hair in yours. If the guy says anything about changing you drink this may be a sign of a predator. Be careful! Watch Your Drink! Think Smart Safety First!™

4. Don’t accept drinks from other people it is better to get the drink yourself. (Chain of Evidence- Watch Your Drink)

5. Don’t take an open beer from your college buddy, open it yourself, this is the easiest way to protect yourself.

6. Keep your drink with you at all times, another no brainer, take your drink to the restroom – (It is more than lady like – it is a smart lady), this is another place the Roofie Blockers® can be of aid, it will protect your clothing when you are making your way to the rest room and it will protect your drink when you are in the ladies room. (Foul Odors, Hair Spray and Perfumes).

7. Don’t swap drinks or share drinks with anyone. Your drink should be something personal and not shared.

8. Don’t drink from a bowl of punch or any container that has been opened. Drugs could have already been placed in the punch. Again, Watch Your Drink! Think Smart Safety First!™

9. If a guy offers to buy you a drink or obtain one for you at a party, don’t be foolish, go with him, watch the bartender pour your drink and take the glass without taking your eyes off it. And of course, carry the drink yourself!

(There will be a lot of no brainers is this pamphlet)

10. Like this one – Don’t drink anything that tastes or smells funny or strange. It has been known that GHB can have a salty taste.

11. Don’t be fooled by saying “I will have a non-drinking friend with me”, or better yet “I will be the designated driver tonight”. So what does that mean the designated driver is going to be parched all night? I think not! Remember many of these drugs are colorless and odorless. It can be put in a glass of water.

12. If you left your drink without a watchful eye throw it out! It could be the best $15 bucks you ever spent. Watch Your Drink! Think Smart Safety First!™

13. Know the effects alcohol has on your body. Yes you should know your body – it’s yours – who else is better to know than you. You know how much alcohol your body can take.

14. If you feel unusually drunk after drinking a small amount of alcohol, or for that matter; none at all, get help immediately. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Let someone know you think you have been Roofied. Watch Your Drink! Think Smart Safety First!™

Date Rape can occur at any time by any one.
National Hotline at 1-800-333-4444

 

Suicide and Rape 24-Hour Emergency Services
Below are a list of help lines you can use, the first one is 911

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Telephone 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)
or 1-800-787-3224 (TDD)

 

Rape Crisis Center, Florida
Telephone 850-297-2000

 

American Academy of Pediatrics
Telephone: (847) 434-4000
Web: www.aap.org

 

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Telephone: (202) 638-5577 or (800) 673-8444
Web: www.acog.org
Girlshealth.gov
Web: www.4girls.gov

 

National Women’s Health Information Center
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Telephone: (800) 994-9662
Web: www.4women.org

 

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
Telephone: (202) 544-1034 or (800) 656-4673 (HOPE)
Web: www.rainn.org

 

The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada
Telephone: (613) 730-4192 or (800) 561-2416
Web: http://sogc.medical.org/index_e.asp

 

Students Against Destructive Decisions
Telephone: (877) SADD-INC (723-3462)
www.sexualityandu.ca/home_e.aspx
Web: www.sadd.org

 

U.S Department of Justice, Office on
Violence Against Women
Telephone: (202) 307-6026
Web: www.ovw.usdoj.gov

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