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Author Topic: ☆☆☆ Addicted to heroin and the (homelessness) streets in San Francisco (video)  (Read 170 times)

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EDIT: This is a very confronting and sad but moving video. More on these tightly coupled social issues in the USA and to a lesser degree in Australia also ... in fact, it is bound to occurr everywhere and enforces the notion that many of us drug users start self medication later in life to cope with trauma (often occurring in childhood but not always).

There's nothing like potent opiates for a rapid fix-all short term solution at the highest cost !

CONTENT WARNING: This video contains graphic depiction and information about IV drug use and addiction which may be triggering to some.

An intimate look into the lives of two women on the streets of San Francisco affected by the opioid epidemic and homelessness.

« Last Edit: September 28, 2019, 02:30:24 PM by Chip »
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