Phencyclidine, commonly known as PCP, is a hallucinogenic and addictive drug. First developed as an intravenous anesthetic in the 1950s, its use was discontinued because of the harsh and potentially dangerous side-effects it induced in the patient. Since its discontinuation as a medical drug, PCP has taken up residence on the street. Coming in the form of a crystalline white powder, its hallucinogenic, psychedelic effects can be addictive and unsafe. Accidental injury and death can occur while under its grip. At Windward Way, people suffering from the treacherous pull of PCP are given the support and guidance needed to kick the habit for good. Windward Way’s accredited rehabilitation and PCP detox programs help with withdrawal issues specific to the drug.