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Drugs - crisis or crossroads

Falls Community Council.

Drugs - crisis or crossroads

the nature & extent of drugs misuse in West Belfast.

by Falls Community Council.

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Published by Falls Community Council in Belfast .
Written in English


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Anna Lembke reveals that at the center of an epidemic being combated with a failing War on Drugs lies something even more dangerous: a floundering healthcare system. But in the end, this became a story as much about the victims as the perpetrators: those struggling with the consequences of addiction living in a society that has yet to find answers to a steadily worsening problem. Six states — Maryland, Massachusetts, Alaska, Arizona, Virginia, and Florida — have declared opiate use a public health emergency, and have already increased funding and started putting new policies in place to combat it. Drawing on a major study of lay engagement in public health, and using case studies and real life examples, this book aims to provide a comprehensive and accessible overview of policy, practice and research in this area.


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Over and over again we were told how the drug had become the popular tonic for a score of ills, the go-too palliative for sex workers, manual labourers, cooks and street cleaners, for bored young men and women, for the poor, the unemployed and desperate, and yes, even for Boko Haram rebels; all of them craving a tramadol fix and able to get one because a single pill is so cheap and so easily accessible from street drug dealers.

Ha ha ha. Feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness, isolation, being a burden, being trapped, and not belonging may develop. Out of a population of million people, UNODC found that just over 14 percent of Nigerians aged between 15 and 64 abused drugs - more than twice the global average of 5.

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Every person who has an addiction or depression does not necessarily kill themselves. Mai appears to drown in the pool, and is believed dead. Belated efforts to rein in distribution fueled a resurgence of heroin and the emergence of a deadly, black market version of the synthetic opioid fentanyl.

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