As overdoses rise and help dwindles, a cry for action
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#1 Mar 14, 2006
I'm not surprised overdoses are rising. My son came to me a year ago for help with his drug adiction but without insurance he couldn't get the help he needed. We even played the game call 911 say he's suicidal and we finally got him into a facility but he was discharged 4 days later with more drugs. I don't understand why in this state we will pay millions of tax payers dollars for methadone clinics to keep people addicted to drugs but just try to get off them! My son is now in jail because of drugs which I'm sure isn't cheap for taxpayers either but at least he's getting help there.
#2 Apr 2, 2006
i say lets get the drugs off the streets, why can't the police get the dealers or the enablers;
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