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Heroin use on the rise on the Peninsula

Posted: December 29, 2012 - 7:56pm  |  Updated: December 31, 2012 - 11:44am

Central Peninsula law enforcement officials and addiction counselors agree — area abuse of heroin has spread over the last several years and was the area’s largest problem in 2012.

Central Peninsula Hospital’s Serenity House saw a “very rapid” shift in patients admitted during the year, said Kristie Sellers, director of behavioral health. Serenity House, which tracks specific drugs patients have abused, saw a significant increase in heroin addiction, she said.

“It wasn’t a gradual shift at all; it was more like a flood,” Sellers said.

Patients reached out for help as their addiction worsened, causing the overflow. Law enforcement officials on the Kenai Peninsula have witnessed the rise of heroin first hand, outside the confines of a substance abuse treatment facility. Many of these users previously abused over-the-counter medications, but circumstances reduced the availability of the drugs. Alaska State Troopers are seizing more heroin paraphernalia and product during traffic stops, said Sgt. Robert Hunter.

In addition, law enforcement officials have seen more DUI arrests in which heroin is the intoxicant, discarded tinfoil and needles alongside backwoods roads and drug seizures during unrelated calls.

“It’s not everywhere, but the frequency at which troopers are coming across heroin has increased,” Hunter said.

Officers are observing more heroin and evidence of its use at crime scenes, said Kenai Police Department Lt. Dave Ross. His department, along with members of the troopers’ drug unit, began noticing an increase in heroin use three years ago, he said.

Heroin-related arrests are a small portion of Central Peninsula’s two local police departments, however. The Soldotna Police Department has had five cases involving heroin this year. That’s 8 percent of its controlled substance cases, said Chief Peter Mlynarik in an email. The Kenai Police Department made 102 misconduct involving controlled substances arrests in 2012. It’s a small percentage, Ross said, as the majority of arrests are marijuana related.

It is hard to quantify the number of cases involving heroin, however, as many cases involve offenders possessing more than one type of drug, authorities said.

The Alaska State Troopers Annual Drug Report 2011 stated heroin is no longer isolated to urban areas. Further, the amount of heroin seized statewide has increased every year for the past three years. In 2009, troopers seized 3.26 pounds of heroin; in 2010, 4.64 pounds; and in 2011, 6.41 pounds, according to the report.

Heroin use on the Peninsula is prevalent. Addiction to the drug often results from the abuse prescription opiates, like Oxycontin and Hydrocodone. It starts with pain pills, Sellers said.

When sold on the streets, heroin is vastly less expensive than the aforementioned opiates. People get hooked on pills then the supply runs dry, and they switch to heroin. It’s a supply-and-demand dilemma, Hunter said. The supply stopped when authorities halted the operations of a “pill ring” a couple years ago, he said.

Doctor’s efforts also stifled opiate abuse, Sellers said. They worked to limit the availability of prescriptions and were successful in doing so. However, the success caused another problem, she said.

Seller’s analysis of heroin use matches that provided by officers and provides insight into which residents are falling victim to the addictive drug. In years past, it was not uncommon for patients at Serenity House to have suffered a serious injury then get addicted to their prescription medications, which in turn led to heroin use. Recreational use of prescription medication among young people and professionals is the new normal, she said.

“They lose access to those drugs and move to heroin,” she said. “People have this vision in their minds: the most extreme of the drug user groups, the far-end fringes, are the heroin users. Instead, it’s college kids and young moms. There are certainly still individuals we see with long histories of drug use, but now that’s alongside someone with an infant at home.”

According to a Dec. 5 Alaska Epidemiology Bulletin, in 2008, the rate of prescription drug overdose deaths in the state was double that of the nation overall — 14.2 versus 6.5 per 100,000 person. The top two drugs Alaskans were hospitalized for were Hydrocodone and Oxycodone. Those opiates are commonly listed in the local district attorney office’s indictments.

Heroin is stronger and cheaper than the opiates.

“We’ve had several (heroin) overdoses this year, resulting in death,” Hunter said.

Authorities are focusing on catching heroin traffickers. Troopers helped in the arrest of Robert Dean Grimes, of Washington, for shipping packages of methamphetamine and heroin to the Peninsula. Grimes was arrested in October 2011 when he returned to his home state from Alaska after eluding law enforcement after trying to pick up drug packages from the Soldotna post office.

According to court records, Grimes and a co-conspirator tried to pick up the packages but were told to return the next day. When they did retrieve the drugs, authorities had placed GPS trackers in the packages. They threw the trackers out of their vehicle.

In late November of this year, Grimes was sentenced to 20 years in prison. His criminal record included multiple drug trafficking convictions.

A handful of Central Peninsula-based cases involving heroin continue their ways through the Alaska Court System. One such case involves a home invasion. Another case, an offense no older than a month, involves a shooting off Cannery Road. Soldotna police have a single ongoing investigation, Mlynarik said.

Heroin is making it’s way to the Peninsula from Mexico through the Western States, such as Washington, Arizona, Oregon and California. Tar heroin, a sticky black substance, is likely from Mexico, while white powder heroin is from Asia.

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Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 12/30/12 - 10:09 am
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They have RIGHTS

When the legal system helps promote these actions then we all will suffer and it's spreading like WILDFIRE this mindset of "HAVE IT YOUR WAY, HAVE IT YOUR WAY."
NO FEAR, another advertisement comes to mind about what abusers mind set is, they have NO FEAR of the law or citizens to stand up and stop this madness all due to the FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES TO BELIEVE IN WE NOW HAVE.
You wanted Morals and God removed from OUR SOCIETY? Well sometimes you get what you wish for, NOW WHAT?
It's not just this drug, it's in every area of life this mindset of do what you want, it's ok, no one will stop you or if they do it will be only a temperary thing, have fun, live life, do what makes you happy, ALL WITH NO FEAR, HERE OR ETERNITY.

anrsvc
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anrsvc 12/30/12 - 12:21 pm
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Community Partnership and Combatting Drugs

Law enforcements success in combating dangerous drugs is largely an extension of the level of the commitment that a community has towards solving the ilicit drug problem.

I think that it is a bit odd that we see so many people wringing their hands and saying how horrible the drug problem is on the Peninsula, when in actuality, very little is dedicated to dealing with the problem. The drug unit has had 3 people assigned to it for a long time. I heard that they may be getting a fourth person. Sounds good? In reality it is abysmal. These officers are covering a geographic area of 16,000 square miles and a population of over 50,000 that swells to an unknown amount in the summer. We have Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) in the schools, but the officers and departments have very little financial resources to teach these classes. It is not just a matter of financial support either. There seems to be real hesitancy by people in the community to make complaints, provide information or to get involved.

If the community were to contact law enforcement every time that information came to them about the drug dealers in our community, it would make a difference. If we as a community want to have a safe place for our children to grow up where drugs are not so prevalent, then we have to make that kind of community. We have to be proactive about it.

If every time a known drug dealer in your neighborhood were observed demonstrating suspicious behavior were to be reported, the color blue would be a much more dominant color in their lives. Law enforcement agencies need partnerships with community to be effective.

It has come to my attention that there is a heroin dealer within blocks of where I live in Soldotna. I intend to watch them very closely and every time I get a chance to report suspicious behavior, I am going to.

Also, if you are a business owner and have the ability to promote products and services that could take a small percentage of every sale or service and share that with DARE, those funds could go a long way in assisting in educating children about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco and to give those children the tools to make good choices.

There are a lot of other things that we as a community can do to combat drug and alcohol abuse, teach our children, and improve our community. But it is going to take a lot more than talk. We have to stand up and make a difference. Not just one or two, but so many community members that it becomes part of the local culture that scares the whits out of these drug dealers who peddle poison to our children.

Norseman
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Norseman 12/30/12 - 01:42 pm
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I wholly agree with you about

I wholly agree with you about reporting any and all drug activity. It is the responsibility of every law abiding citizen to report drug activity.

The troopers themselves do their utmost when called, however by the time the drug deal has went down, the troopers are too late.

However, I have been sorely disappointed with the response of the local drug unit. I had a drug dealing scumbag move into the neighborhood who dealt openly in the street. I called the drug unit time after time after time.

Nothing got done so I made it a point to take pictures of the drug dealers and the drug buyers and sent the pics to the troopers. This went on day after day. I would get flipped off and cussed at by the scumbags. I'd yell back telling them their drug dealing days were numbered and hope they would enjoy living at WCC.
I found out the owner of the property and informed him that his property was being used as a drug house and that if it didn't stop, I was going to sue him and continue to report the drug activity to law enforcement.
The owner had no idea what was going on and once he found out, he went over there and began the eviction process. It took a month and the troopers had to show up and escort the scumbags off the property.

It is up to the people to not look the other way when these parasites of society are in our neighborhoods dealing drugs. Take pictures of the vehicles coming and going and send them to the troopers. Tell your law abiding neighbors what is going on and get them to join you in fighting this problem.

When neighbors stick together and put the heat on these scumbags, then things get done.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 12/30/12 - 05:38 pm
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How can we fight your voted in Messiah?

Lets see now, Obama wants laws passed for same sex, free drugs or legalized drugs and a complete meltdown of the working class to support freeloaders that don't want to work.
Yep! I can see where these now scumbags that go by the laws of the land need to be done away with. OOPS!, BUT, Didn't 52% of Americans vote for the OBAMANATION OF DESOLATIONS DREAM ACTS?
YOU get what you voted for and now you don't want it and you want those of us that could read the writting on the wall to now bail you and your chosen ones legalization of such things? OK! I guess. My question is this though.
WHO DECIDES WHICH PERSON IS REALLY A LAW BREAKER OR USING THEIR FREEDOMS OF CHOICE?
Just wondering as i already see laws against people that try to warn of coming Judgments for sins, OOPS! I mean Freedoms to do what ever you wish with no fear.
You can't have it both ways, it's either wrong or it's not, no matter which messiah makes da rues for fundamental change.

msjinxie
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msjinxie 12/31/12 - 06:22 am
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Drugs in Kenai

What once was a great place to raise your children, is now at the risk of becoming the LAST place to be. Until the laws are changed that make it HARD on these losers to make a buck, to
the point they leave because the town is 'dry'. Run them out of town!! Jails and prisons are overloaded as it is, maybe we need to have jails specifically designed for those who CHOOSE to be addicts and pushers. Remember no one is out there forcing them at gunpoint to get high. When we get seriously tired of the problem, and stop just complaining about it on this forum, and start calling our LOCAL representatives with your ideas, this unfortunate garbage will keep happening. DO NOT allow it in this town and make it known (not talking about medical or personal use marijuana either). Get after the Meth heads and smack users! Law enforcement appreciates any leads you may have so excersise your right!! Happy New Year!!

northernlights
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northernlights 12/31/12 - 09:23 am
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Drug abusers

Drug abusers are child abusers! Sickening to know and to see these people bringing children into the world. Addiction is selfish and only has need for themselves. I get upset when Alaska promotes abuse awareness month, what good is it to be aware when you cannot go in and save these kids? Have they ever done a study about criminals upbringing? I would have to bet that at least 75% were abused in someway or other growing up. These little kids are in our kindergartens right now. I know some of them and thier parents, when they grow up into teens thier names are going to be in the criminals section of the newspaper. I am angered I guess because there isnt anything I can do to save some of these babies. Child protection service has tons of paperwork on them, troopers have been called, any other ideas??? these babies grow up into angry adults, with no respect for others and will use you for thier gain. Starts at birth. People are unhappy with thier lives, lost, insecure, and drugs make you feel good at first then you wind up paying for it. Kids need to be taught, abusers are not going to teach their kids and I am all for it being taught in schools. I am alarmed at how many parents kick and scream at the thought of having teachers teach them the reality of drugs, and abuse. These kids have no way of learning at home, thier parents are to screwed up to teach them.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 12/31/12 - 10:12 am
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You get what you allow

When good people are mislead into believeing a lie and vote for people that want total distruction of our society and unbridled Freedoms for all, no matter what one might like or desire in any form or fassion. Then we get what we have now, PEOPLE DOING WHAT EVERY MAKES THEM HAPPY AND MOST TIMES IT'S LEGAL.
You can't have it both ways, it's either freedom to do what every, or laws to govern freedoms ment to protect. It's now a catch 22 when it comes to laws that use to be for protecting the innocent, they now protect the sinful wicked and hurt the innocent.
MANY OF YOU WANTED AND VOTED FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE & HOPE TO BELIEVE IN, WELL GUESS WHAT, YOU GOT IT, NOW WHAT?

Brock Johnson
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Brock Johnson 12/31/12 - 11:35 am
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freedom of choice.

no freeman should have to ask the govts permission to live his or her life as they wish. I say legalize drugs, since the war on drugs does nothing to stop people from using them anyway. instead of wasting the police resources the users can get treatment for their addictions in lieu of prison.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 12/31/12 - 11:54 am
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Motley Fundamentals

I tried to answer you motley, but, the clarion staff apparently did not like my deffinetion of Fundamentals in Referance to Obama's desire to change our course outlined by our founding fathers in the Constitution.
So i'll try again. It means to change the direction we are going in and reverse course. It's like you and i use to believe in the have it your way under the idealism of true freedom which now means do what you want, so we did. Then we had a fundamental change in beliefs and changed our course and now try to follow Gods rules, Constitution to live by found in the Bible.
It basically means to remake or change and go a differant direction from what we use to do.
Just now i see a college proffesor wants america to do away with our constitution in light of the fiscal cliff and coming economic collapse. The use of drugs will will increase as peoples fundamentals are replaced with new ones and laws legalizing almost everything that use to be illegal, now becoming legal in ALL AREAS OF LIFE.
We are heading in a differant direction and our Moral Fundamentals are the main points for changing course.
Hope this makes it past the word police for the clarion as i try to help and promote Knowledge, the 3rd point of advice from the clarion staff given for people to share wisdom and understanding for the good of all as we go foreward into 2013.

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Seafarer 12/31/12 - 11:55 am
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Education?

Every poster on here has advocated for more education about drugs. And yet, not one poster has any punctuation skills, no spelling skills, and no idea how to conjugate. Were you all "educated" here? Maybe that's the problem. Low IQ.

It is impossible to garner any meaning from your posts when every one of you writes like a 3rd grader! I cannot take any advice, suggestion, or scolding, when reading such illiterate drivel.

And you people have kids? Any books in your houses? Do you check/question your child's homework? How? Hard to spar with a box of rocks.

So, it's a bit hypocritical for all you to be deriding the school system or the police when you can barely spell either.

Suss
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Suss 12/31/12 - 01:46 pm
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Seafarer

That was a very astute observation on your part. I do not believe the posters you referenced were educated here nor anywhere for that matter. Almost made my head explode trying to understand what had been typed. Thank God that felons cannot possess weapons. I only wish there was a license for breeding.

motely
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motely 12/31/12 - 10:20 pm
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SUSS

Very well spoken Doc. you must be one of those 90 day RADAR COURSES now your a licensed counselor, Interesting how defensive you and seafaraway seem to be getting, and your astute observation is not very professional is it now ?
why would being a little more assertive with educating children bother you folks, now this is a little concerning and exactly part of the problem, is that to offending for yah !
good luck folks and be a little more proactive in the community
Oh and Doc. ! be careful with your words its a small town, people do make it,
PERHAPS YOU BOTH MIGHT NEED A refresher on thinking errors maybe a little meditating would help yah ! whatcha think Doc, Bad spelling huh !! Be real careful when ever saying anything about my children, not cool Doc.
Hope yah have a better Day !

motely
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motely 12/31/12 - 10:18 pm
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Watchman

It seems I have poor spelling and am a P.O.S too suss and seafaraway for voicing my opinion about more education in the schools, pretty pathetic the way these RADAR 90 day course your now a counselor with a license folks react, all my posts have been removed by the good people, not very professional !
pretty pathetic actually, when someone does what they just did, speaking nasty about my children, or the way they did it, is not right ! BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY ABOUT MY CHILDREN !! DONT EVER DO IT AGAIN ! This is supposed to be fun and educating !
Oh and by the way thank you for putting that in easier terms for me Watchman.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 12/31/12 - 05:12 pm
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Funny thing about being smart

Someone i know said that it takes being as simple mided as a child before you can accept the truth or understand the truth.
I too am not the best as punctuation or grammer or sentence forming or even spelling, and knowing how to use this Puter is a continual learning process. I went to 13 differant schools and athelitics is all that got me even close to graduating from highschool. Not until the last 7 yrs have i had time to work on any of the above and i'm getting better as i go.
Motley the thing is that people like those that make fun of other people who lack in the areas mentioned are in fact lacking in the most important areas of life themselves and that acceptance and forgiveness of self, therefore they abuse others to make themselves feel superior, WHICH THEY ARE NOT.
I use to have a fairly long story that had every word mixed up with the letters twisted and all spelled wrong, it was a test to see just how smart people that thought they were smart really were. The test was to see how long it took to read the twisted up mess and whether or not the person doing the reading was correct in doing so. The thing was that the test showed that only a small fraction of people could actually read the message in a very short time as if the words were not jumbled at all, those that did so were considered smart and others not so. People like you and i could read it with no difficulty, while supposed smart ones like these two probably could not even do so for a very long period of time.
The brain is a wonderful tool and capable of doing many things, even deceiving them selves that they are smart and others like us are not, when in reality it's just the oppisite.
We can't spell very well Motley, but we sure can spot BS along ways off can't we??
You got to love them, but i can't find any where it says we got to like them SMART ONES, and some of them will never be happy with anything anyone does. How can they be when they hate themselves??
The LOVE of self is like Heroin and these folks are hooked on it bad.
The sad thing is that many are just like them and have NO HOPE other than this life they now live. People like these whether christian or nonchristian are in life the most miserable, as THEY HAVE NO REAL HOPE OF FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE TO BELIEVE IN, OR SET THEM FREE, like you and me.
Happy New Year and remember WHO LOVES you and who hates you as well and will use any tool available to try & destroy us NONSTOP, even spelling or grammer.
Titus 2:13

motely
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motely 01/07/13 - 01:12 am
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Watchman

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Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 01/01/13 - 12:04 am
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Motley

The thing is when i consider how people have hurt me and how i have hurt them and most of all how i have hurt my Savior by my actions and can only praise him for my recovery and salvation i must stop and ask my self. DO I REALLY WANT ANYONE TO SUFFER FOR ETERNITY SEPERATED FROM THE LOVE OF GOD? Answer:No WAY! Even the most hateful persons in my life don't need to be judged and sentenced to eternity seperated from Gods love, but, by their own choices they will be, but, that even makes me sad to think of people that i am pretty sure are suffering for their bad choice of rejecting the True Light and Life for all the world, JC.
I don't want any to go that way, no matter how nasty they are to me. As for standing and fighting for family or friends or neighbors against evil, then yes i will lay down my life for those if need be, all the while praying i never have to do so, but, always ready and Watching for troubles ready to help others if i can do so. Serving others for JC is like a drug and it brings me GR8 pleasure in doing so at every turn for the Good of them and self. Thats the thing about Heroin or other drug users, they want to feel good and just are going about it the wrong way with the help of those that simply need to be stopped as they spread death instead of life.
What a mess and it's gonna get totally out of control as we go foreward with theis Fundamental Change and new Hope to believe in leading us off the moral cliff to the pit of despare.
Have a GR8 New Year and keep looking up as our time is short and our redemption draws near so that the lawless one can have his last stand before his end comes by the Word of God.

motely
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motely 01/05/13 - 09:24 am
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Watchman

I suppose you might have noticed I take it serious with issues on my children, all children for that matter, Responding to Sam Von on other issue has taken a bit of the evening, I'll just bet these people that made the poor choice of words with my family will be back and animosity for me is good,
I only want whats best for the kids here ! living in a community Watchman where the same people get caught do there time, get out, reek more Havoc in the community and back to jail for the long hall.,
Very little of a % actually become functioning adults again probably because there burnt,
Or maybe treatment saves there lives ! there's a thought
Or they die, perhaps because they had no structure while growing up, who knows.
Peoples suck the soul from me when I wake every day,
I'm one of those peoples that will give the shirt off my back,
last 2 years I'll bet I lost close to $ 175 k with peoples needing a hand and a few business partners, hitting me ! please if you'll help my family with a vehicle we'll pay you back on ?? all those please help me peoples, have hurt me !! today I do not make a decision with out direction from a few good friends.
Those losses are my fault and I'll bet its a lot more than 175 k
Resentments I carry and believe me its killing me, that 175 k number is real ! the things those 2 peoples said in there comments actually sent me back in time for a minute, back to bad times, years back ! comments like those made about ones past and especially there family could send a person that's weak in recovery right over the edge,
I'm strong for sure ! I have a good relationship with GOD and am working on the forgiving thing.
Have a great new year Sir and appreciate you having my back from time to time.

Raoulduke
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Raoulduke 01/01/13 - 04:49 pm
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Educating?

I believe by the time any youth has gotten to the 3rd grade.They have already gotten a drug education from the television through commercials about buy this drug,or that drug.Seen anti drug commercials payed for by the cigarette tax,and federal tax dollars of the DEA budget.So! To spend more money on educating people about drugs.Would be throwing good money after bad.You can teach,but you can not make them LEARN.If someone is stupid enough to use heroin.They will never learn.

jlmh
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jlmh 01/03/13 - 10:47 pm
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Drug Education

Raoulduke, I suspect that the prevailing approach to drug education is the problem. I remember the D.A.R.E. program back in school, with its emphasis on "just say no." And the 30-second commercials that use shallow scare tactics. But I wonder if students are really getting ANY education on the physiology of addiction. If they really understood what is happening in the brain - why it causes pleasure, how that changes over time, what happens when you quit - then they might better understand the long-term prognosis of an addict. I don't think most kids really understand it intellectually.

motely
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motely 01/04/13 - 01:09 am
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Re ; jlmh

I'ts good to see others with the same frustrations as I.
Not sure but I think choices start when very young and what we're taught by parents and then school, I too agree that more needs to take place in the schools, and a pile of papers and a movie or two.
Really frustrating jlmh when reading articles like this and treatment centers talking about the increase and age drop in peoples seeking help and how concerning it is, and then making statements ( quote ) there's just not enough funding !
" example " If such organizations were so concerned why wouldn't they submit a plan to say take there knowledge,
life experience's, ( not talking about the party ) talking about the progression of the disease, tragedies, losses, deaths, people hurt, SUCCESSES, not a couple movies and some homework, If done with real compassion and careful maybe the school district might support it.
Children do learn thats why there in school, the statement made ( your throwing away good money )
Great statement, NOT !!

motely
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motely 01/05/13 - 09:18 am
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Obsolescent

The two folks are not smart at all probably more confused than anything and the comments they made towards myself and my children were kinda like 6th grade mentality and really doesn't matter. It all began when I addressed statements always made ( quote ) there's just not enough funding ! Reading this article like many other's, Obsolescent they always talk statistics.
A revolving door in and out, jail, treatment, or death.
My children attend school to learn and hopefully become functioning adults, we live in a cruel world, full of hate, very little true compassion, meth running ramp ed, Heroin dealers on every block, A very small drug unit addressing the entire peninsula, still trying to figure out why the communities havent gotten together to form a watch / patrol.
Writing a grant or two, to be able to purchase a vehicle obtain any license that might be needed, schooling, wouldn't be that difficult, A little fear might go a long way with the punks and them knowing that we've had enough ! and more proactive education not home work and lectures, real life experiences ( FEAR ) Healthy fear, maybe about the affects and progression of an addict might do well in the schools.
Hope you can understand what I wrote being the P.O.S that I am. Thank you again Obsolescent

motely
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motely 01/04/13 - 01:42 am
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Obsolescent

All my earlier post's here on this article were removed,
Insecure folks I suppose

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