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“Heroin addiction is more prevalent in young people today than most can imagine”.

Heroin Addiction

A Personal Message from Terry about Heroin Addiction

While I can say any addiction could and probably ends up a big problem. I have never seen one hit our society so silent and so deadly. A person does not have to be an addict to have this drug kill them. In a period of only year, the age of the average addict has gone from 25 to 20. This is unbelievable and heartbreaking to me. I think it is harder to deal with for most people because it is a problem that they have never faced before. Until I attended seminars and talked to parents and educators, I could never have imagined how prevalent it is. Do not assume your loved ones are safe because of where they live or what you do. Be fearful, and if you suspect heroin use, look closer. Parent after parent have told me “My child could not afford that.” Please beware money does not matter once the drug has taken over. They will do anything to obtain it. If an army were attacking  your family you would do everything to protect them. Heroin is a deadly army. I have attended the only two heroin summits in Alabama. One with the Assistant US Attorney General present. People are sometimes in such denial they want to think there is no way it could be around their children. I assure you it can be. I saw educators, law enforcement, medical personnel, plus families that had lost a child to this drug at the Summit. All there just to determine what could be done. I encourage you be informed. Be protective. From coast to coast, it is in your neighborhoods, your schools, and your loved ones’ lives.  Please do not be the person who says “If only” or “What if?”; be the one who says, “No! Not now. Not ever.” If you have any fears or concern please get in contact with us at once. Heroin has crossed the line and it wants to kill your children. Let us help you Live Again.
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© 2014 All Rights Reserved  |  Living Again Intervention  205.718.1133

Heroin Addiction

A Personal Message from Terry about

Heroin Addiction

While I can say any addiction could and probably ends up a big problem. I have never seen one hit our society so silent and so deadly. A person does not have to be an addict to have this drug kill them. In a period of only year, the age of the average addict has gone from 25 to 20. This is unbelievable and heartbreaking to me. I think it is harder to deal with for most people because it is a problem that they have never faced before. Until I attended seminars and talked to parents and educators, I could never have imagined how prevalent it is. Do not assume your loved ones are safe because of where they live or what you do. Be fearful, and if you suspect heroin use, look closer. Parent after parent have told me “My child could not afford that.” Please beware money does not matter once the drug has taken over. They will do anything to obtain it. If an army were attacking  your family you would do everything to protect them. Heroin is a deadly army. I have attended the only two heroin summits in Alabama. One with the Assistant US Attorney General present. People are sometimes in such denial they want to think there is no way it could be around their children. I assure you it can be. I saw educators, law enforcement, medical personnel, plus families that had lost a child to this drug at the Summit. All there just to determine what could be done. I encourage you be informed. Be protective. From coast to coast, it is in your neighborhoods, your schools, and your loved ones’ lives.  Please do not be the person who says “If only” or “What if?”; be the one who says, “No! Not now. Not ever.” If you have any fears or concern please get in contact with us at once. Heroin has crossed the line and it wants to kill your children. Let us help you Live Again.
205-718-1133 HELP AVAILABLE  24/7
FREE CONSULTATION
“Heroin addiction is more prevalent in young people today than most can imagine”.