Pain pill, heroin abuse targeted
By JORDAN CRAVENS staff writer In a time when pain pill and heroin abuse has become "an epidemic in Ohio," $5 million in federal funding will be disbursed to counties to help prevent and treat this addiction.
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#1 Dec 8, 2010
Use the $$ to target the sellers. Both of my S-I-L's kids 18 & 21 are addicted. They came from a good home in pickerington. The high school is over run with this crap. The girl had a gun to her head the other night because she owed the seller 100 bucks. So she went back home stole the Wii and took it to the pawn shop. She has shoplifted in every major store for the dealers. They give her a list of what they want. All she could get was a 5 day program and then her boyfriend snuck the crap in to her.
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