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Re: “A recovering heroin addict pays a price for causing trouble at a clinic.

I am not a user of methadone or any drugs. I am aware RPMC and their lack of a working plan to help addicts. The place on Broad St is a filthy hole in the full of addicts without purpose. They lack a comprehensive plan to get people clean and free. Their "legal" status is to sell, sell a highly addictive substance to the weak and lost souls. Lots of money going in without a clear goal and nothing good coming out
at RPMC, a one on one review with the addicts is limited to "how are you", then out they go.
From a political view, the politicians are doing what's best for the addicts (full of cr@#. From the public view is, "yes, we care" is as empty as an empty glass of water, from the drug makers is "profits", they are focused. From the addicts point of view is I am "happy". And from a social point of view, "what an injustice" for allowing perpetual slavery in the name of greed.
There is no accountability at these places to the clients or the public by the pusher (RPMC), the clueless politicians, or drug makers.
I do understand we have an epidemic. I also understand addiction is a sickness Furthermore, I understand how drugs affect families, communities and the future of this country.
One visit to this site will show a filthy clinic with little management full of addicts who laugh at the system.
It is obvious that it is about greed with a stamp of approval by politicians. Methadone clinics are a rip off to their clients and society. In my opinion someone needs to wake up fast to the facts, these clinics' did not work in the past or now. And will not work in the future. Time to change what does not work. we have lost a couple of generations with out hope for a better future.

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Posted by pedro on 04/25/2016 at 4:27 PM

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