Heroin Helper is an extensive site. As a result, it can be difficult to find the information that you are looking for. It helps to understand how the site works. That is what this page is for. But before I get to that, there are two tools that can help you without understanding the site structure.
- Site Map
- This is a list of files on the site in outline form. Because the file names are descriptive, it is usually easy to find what you are looking for. Also, it will give you a good idea of the site structure.
- We have grand plans for a search engine that covers all of the web sites that have substantial, original heroin information. For now, you can only search Heroin Helper--but that's still a lot.
The site is divided into six parts. I have given them "playful" names, but once you know what they stand for, it will be easy. Here are the basics:
|worried||information for families of users|
|user||information for users|
The idea behind these names is that they represent questions. "Are you angry?" That must mean you're interested in drug politics, because that will make anyone angry. "Are you curious?" You must be looking for information. "Are you worried?" Then you must have a loved one who is using heroin. "Are you a user?" You need information to make your life better. "Are you [dope] sick?" You must need information on detoxing yourself. "Are you bored?" In that case, check out our stories, cartoons, puzzles, and celebrity profiles.