Robust Verbs – theintern

Vancouver has a huge problem with heroin addicts committing crimes to support their habits. The “free heroin for addicts” program is doing everything they can to stop these addicts. Large crime starts with the problem of many addicts. Addicts have a hard time getting through their day to day lives. Daily activities such as jobs, interactions, and relationships are hard to maintain because of the drugs they are using. Heroin users are so addicted to the drug that they’ll do anything to get their hands on the drug. The crimes mostly committed are within stealing from others either of breaking in or entering.  Addicts have no limit, they must feed their addiction in anyway possible. The problem with this program is that it won’t help to ween these addicts off using heroin. The programs main goal is to keep the crimes rates down. By providing the drug, these addicts will be off the streets, which in turn will prevent them from committing minor street crimes. This will also keep the heroin users out of the hospital. It is pointless that the hospitals have to deal with people that want to use bad drugs or unsanitary needles and find themselves being unable to afford hospital bills and hard to cope without the drug. This program gives people free heroin in the cleanest way possible. This will in turn fix the city but not the addiction that these people face.

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