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Question of the Day
How concerned are you about the heroin problem in the Miami Valley?
|4.76%||NOT VERY CONCERNED|
Comment: HEROIN SPANS ALL SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPS. WHAT CONCERNS ME IS THE INCREASE IN CRIME AGAINST THE INNOCENT IN ORDER TO PAY FOR THE HABIT. DON'T BE A VICTIM. TAKE A CONCEALED CARRY WEAPONS COURSE AND ARM YOURSELF. BE PROACTIVE, NOT REACTIVE. from sunny downtown Fairborn by the ol' Man
Comment: Epidemic and now infections from FRANKLIN, OHIO by LAURIE
Comment: As the mother of a recovering heroine addict, who also has cystic fibrosis, this is very scary for me. Not a day goes by that I don't pray that he is sober! from Brookville , Oh by Tammy
Comment: reconvering addict in our family very scary from dayton ohio by Debi
Comment: In the past year, I have had 8 people pass away from this horrible drug! It sickens me that more isn't being done about it. Some of those lost we very near and dear to my heart, it's such a shame. Heroin gets a hold of you and never lets go. from Englewood/OH by Jamie
Comment: I am super concerned as this has hit 2 people that are like family to me. It has taken over their life's and they have lost everything. It is doing this to too many people at that. I don't think law enforcement knows what to do to get ahold on it. Nor do the people addicted to it know how much help there is out there to help them get clean and stay clean. The only problem with the rehabs and facilities I there isn't enough beds for everyone. For some there is only so much funding and it is hurting the ones struggling with addiction. I feel we need to do more to get more beds or more funding to provide even more help for these people. from Tipp city. Ohio by Kimberly
Comment: honestly our house doesn't participate in this type of activitybut we did have some neighbors who did her death was horrible. Sadden. from Dayton by Jackie
Comment: I think our local sheriffs, police,and schools should do a lot more to help beat this very serious problem we have. from dayton,ohio by michael myers
Comment: I HAVE SEEN FRIENDS OF MINE LOSE EVERYTHING THEY HAVE FOR THAT CRAP,WISH THERE WAS A WAY TO BE RID OF ALL DRUGS from bellbrook,ohio by Tonia Miracle
Comment: Until something very significant is done, you are going to continue to see large numbers of young people destroying or losing their lives to this scourge. from Moraine/OH by Mark
Comment: My son died from a heroin over dose 4-1-12, We lived in Dayton. They are getting rid of inpatient treatment and pushing methadone. My son also did this and it is worse than heroin, it gets in the bone marrow and stays there, it is worse for the body than heroin and most people using this continue to use other drugs. The Artimus Board does not have people on it who are experienced in drug abuse and addiction. With what they are doing you will see more and more people die. You may call me at 231-884-7509 for further info on what goes on at Project Cure from Cincinnati OH by Gwynn Zuber
Comment: they need to do something about it from fairborn,ohio by chris
Comment: i have one son in prison now because of heroin and my youngest is facing yrs in prison because of opiats.these drugs hit hard and fast and take our children from Xenia ohio by Lisa
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