November 11, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The ABC7 I-Team investigates easy access to drugs and sex on your smartphone. These apps show you exactly how close you are to others who want to meet up. Drug users have come up with code words to make it known they are looking for more than a date.

Jeff Zacharias, our Clinical Director, commented on the story, "With smart phones it's become very easy. They're able to do their hook ups and find their dealers through apps."

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See the entire story on ABC7 News.

New Hope Recovery Center's Medical Director Dr. Marla Kushner speaks about  the drug "Molly." Although Molly has been around for many years, it has recently hit the media with a much stronger presence. There has been 4 deaths this summer due to its usage. In terms of mind altering substances, Molly is becoming quite popular for the younger generations. To hear the radio broadcast click the link below:

Party Drug 'Molly' Sparks Concern - Radio Broadcast

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