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Heroin Has Not Gone Away – Anti-Drug Educational Video – 03

0 Heroin Has Not Gone Away   Anti Drug Educational Video   03Heroin Part 3 public domain video. Heroin: The Next Generation. Viewers will learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America, how heroin affects the users and hear first person accounts about heroin use from former users. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. What goes around comes around — and Heroin is back! But the face of yesterday’s junkie is not the face of the junkie of today. More young people than ever before are shooting it, snorting it — even smoking it. And they’re getting more bang for their buck when buying their heroin on the streets today. One reason: The purity of this drug is the highest at the street level than it’s ever been — that means users don’t have to use needles to inject the drug into their veins. The new ability to snort or smoke heroin is enticing more young people than ever before to give it a try. Back in the 60s and 70s, heroin users primarily injected the drug into their bloodstream. The next generation of heroin users do not have to use needles to get high on heroin. Smoking it or snorting it is more appealing to younger and first-time users by eliminating the fear of needles and syringe-associated diseases such as HIV, AIDS and hepatitis — not to mention the stigma associated with the stereotypical “junkie” who “shoots up” the drug. Another reason heroin use is on the rise, according to James Hall, an epidemiologist for Up Front Drug Information Center in Miami, Florida is because prescription drug abuse is on the rise. “Young people who try prescription narcotic opiate drugs and like the effects of those drugs are turning to heroin because it packs a similar, yet more powerful punch than prescription narcotic opiates,” Hall says. “That’s why prescription drug abuse is becoming a stepping stone to first time heroin users.” Program Objectives: This program discusses, among other things, the following: Learn about the different types of heroin being peddled on the streets of America. Learn how heroine affects the users. Hear first person accounts about heroin use from a former users. Explore heroin trafficking trends and methods of delivery of the drug into the U.S. Find out how the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office broke a major heroin trafficking ring that was selling the drug to young people in the affluent suburb of Scottsdale, Arizona. Panelists: TBA. Sponsors: This program is sponsored the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) with the technical support of the Satellite Education Network (SEN) at Ft. Lee, VA. Public domain video.

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Andria – heroin addict, full story

0 Andria    heroin addict, full storyFrom http://www.knowdrugs.net Brought up amidst a good deal of violence, Andria started experimenting with drugs from an early age. In her teens she found opiates – and loved them. She spent the next 15 years in the midst of heroin addiction, subjecting herself to all kinds of violence and brutality througout. Now heroin free for 16 years, this is her story.

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Mike DeStefano LIVE at the Comic Strip

0 Mike DeStefano LIVE at the Comic StripRead more news at: http://entronews.com

Comedian Mike DeStefano dies.

Known comedian Mike DeStefano, whose recuperation from his heroin addiction fired his non-stop comedy, has demised due to a heart attack.

Mike was in his 40′s and was born in Bronx NY and in accordance to his official biography, he started extensive use of heroine when he was 15. After 15 years, he kicked off his addiction and started working as a drug counsellor.

Mike started his career as a comedian by a random decision to provide entertainment to some people in a specific crowd, which later became a proper career in the field of comedy.

Mike DeStefano appeared on shows such as The Howard Stern Show, Comedy Central Presents and others. He also performed on HBO’s Aspen comedy Festival and Just for Laughs Festivals that took place in Montreal.

DeStefano gained a lot of popularity over the years. Talking to ComedyBeat last year, DeStefano said,

“I think people really relate on a deep level to pain and suffering…. You don’t have to be a drug addict to know what that’s like. All the suffering that everyone has—every single human being—we all get sick, we lose people, we die”.

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Heroin on the NHS – Part 1 of 3

0 Heroin on the NHS   Part 1 of 3Dr Clive Froggatt, Margaret Thatcher’s advisor on NHS reform and a former secret heroin addict, was forced to resign from his advisory role when he was discovered faking prescriptions to feed his habit. He argues, from a very personal perspective, that the Government must prescribe heroin if it is to stand any chance of beating the drugs problem that costs this country billions of pounds every year.

Further reading on alternatives to the failed war on drugs can be found at the Transform Drug Policy Foundation website – http://tdpf.org.uk/

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Heroin Addict getting slapped in the face with lotion – UFC Knockouts nipple slip

0 Heroin Addict getting slapped in the face with lotion   UFC Knockouts nipple slipGangnam Style Slap in the face – ufc knockouts, nipple slip, boobs, tits, ass

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Documentry of a Chroinc Heroin Addict: A Beautiful Day Clean

0 Documentry of a Chroinc Heroin Addict: A Beautiful Day CleanHey Guy’s and Gal’s- In this video, I talk about what I have been experiencing emotionally as I continue to remain off of Heroin. I detail this past Friday, 12/28 that I spent with an old friend and the effect that had on how I feel. Well… I feel great! This is evidence that I need to continue to do the right thing by me. I hope you all enjoy this. Thank you.

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Documentary of a Chroinc Heroin Addict: My Transformation and Change

0 Documentary of a Chroinc Heroin Addict: My Transformation and ChangeHey Ya’ll! It’s me again, just made a little video talking about how abstaining from using heroin has compelled me to start to think a little different about my life. We all have wants, needs… and most important: dreams. This video I talk about what is taking place right now, in order for me to fulfill my dreams. I hope this video helps someone. Thanks for all the Support!!! I LOVE YOU GUYS!!!! Have a good day icon wink Documentary of a Chroinc Heroin Addict: My Transformation and Change

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Neil Young – The Needle And The Damage Done

0 Neil Young   The Needle And The Damage DoneThis song was recorded live at Royce Hall UCLA in 1971 and appeared on the album Harvest in 1972. This song was written about Neil’s close friends Danny Whitten (Crazy Horse) and Bruce Berry (his roadie) heroin addictions. This was recorded before their deaths. And Young wrote “Tonight’s the Night” after their deaths.

Lyrics:

I caught you knockin’
at my cellar door
I love you, baby,
can I have some more
Ooh, ooh, the damage done.

I hit the city and
I lost my band
I watched the needle
take another man
Gone, gone, the damage done.

I sing the song
because I love the man
I know that some
of you don’t understand
Milk-blood
to keep from running out.

I’ve seen the needle
and the damage done
A little part of it in everyone
But every junkie’s
like a settin’ sun.

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Can Addiction Hotline Cure My Heroin Addiction

0 Can Addiction Hotline Cure My Heroin AddictionJust like any kind of addiction, heroin addiction is a disease. Those who are afflicted with heroin addiction who want to be free from it would naturally want to find a cure. There are plenty of addiction hotlines being advertised on newspapers, yellow pages and the Internet, and people struggling with heroin dependency are often encouraged to call the toll-free numbers.

http://theaddictionhotline.org/

Take the first step & call addiction hotline,we’re here for you 24/7 (855) 937-7342

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