Drug and criminality

Drug abuse leads to various crimes   Drug abuse has been one of the leading factors that have been playing a major role in increasing the crime rate in North America. The relationship of a drug and an addict is equivalent to the relationship of shoes and socks. They are inseparable and hence it’s very difficult for an addict to get over his excess dosage of drug intake. Once a person becomes an addict, he starts doing things which he has never done before. He follows falsehood shamelessly, indulges more with “anti socials” and together they carry out anti social activities such as stealing, shop lifting and many more. Thus, when an individual develops these detrimental tendencies and his rate of addiction becomes extremely high, he should be immediately admitted to any one of the drug rehabs in New York. In doing so, there is a chance that he may turn into a new leaf again. Addicts usually don’t mix with everyone easily...
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Drug abuse in Canada

Drug abuse in Canada Such a beautiful land Canada is, with its 10 provinces and territories. A land that is rich in natural resources and a people that smile at blizzards and come together as one during hard times. You hear these things over and over in the media and on talk shows and in documentaries, again and again how Canadians are this and Canadians are that and all with great pride. But has it occurred to anyone out there that there are hundreds of thousands of Canadians suffering with some form of addiction to an illicit drug or prescription drug not to mention alcohol. What do we do for these persons? Yes there are programs in our great vast country but the majority are either geared to curb the problem, create a maintenance system for the addict, substitute drug policies, etc. Where is the real solution to actually help these people get off drugs? No one really wants to be a drug addict...
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