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Drug Rehab - Dealing With Drugs, Dealers & Government

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Published on 24 Jan 2023 / In News and Politics

The complexities of addiction treatment: Why drug rehab doesn’t work

If you’re the loved one of an addict who’s been in and out of addiction treatment centers, then you’re no doubt wondering why drug rehab doesn’t work.

It’s not that it can’t work — an effective drug and alcohol treatment center provides the tools that any suffering addict or alcoholic can apply to their own lives and use as a basis for sobriety. However, that doesn’t mean that alcohol or drug rehab will work, and that can be chalked up to a number of reasons.

The biggest, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)? “Treatment enables people to counteract addiction’s powerful disruptive effects on the brain and behavior and to regain control of their lives. The chronic nature of the disease means that relapsing to drug abuse is not only possible but also likely, with symptom recurrence rates similar to those for other well-characterized chronic medical illnesses — such as diabetes, hypertension, and asthma … that also have both physiological and behavioral components.”

They O.D.'ed. Should their drug dealers face murder charges?

When Tyler Kavitz was found unresponsive at a residence in northwest Rochester the morning of April 29, 2021, his death raised the question: Who was responsible?

An autopsy would show that he died from a toxic overdose of heroin and fentanyl.

The death of Kavitz, who battled drug addiction for years, could simply be a byproduct of his addiction. Instead, the Rochester Police Department and Olmsted County Attorney’s Office found cause to blame 57-year-old Jimmie Lee Campbell, of St. Paul.

MENA COCAINE CONNECTION: When the Bush-Clinton Crime Family Ruled Arkansas

The atrocities and crimes of the Bush family, headed by George Herbert Walker Bush, are unspeakable and unimaginable in depravity and scale.

Decades of war, war crimes, and treason.
Global narcotics trafficking, money laundering, fraud and financial looting.
Mass murder, assassination; the extermination of political enemies and whistleblowers.
The absolute criminalization of military and intelligence agencies, and the corruption of entire governments, across all political parties.
Devastation and violence in every corner of the planet, from the killing fields of Asia to the Middle East and Latin America, to the United States itself.
The institutionalization of terrorism, criminal cover-up and The Big Lie.

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