Crack Cocaine Addiction: Elderly ‘Need Alcohol and Drug Support’ – NHS Choices

Crack Cocaine Addiction: Elderly ‘need alcohol and drug support’ – NHS Choices

Elderly 'need alcohol and drug support'
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The most significant problem for the over-40s was heroin use, either alone or in combination with crack cocaine. Although smoking rates are lowest in people over 60, 13% of men and 12% of women in this age group smoke. Why does the college say that

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Crack Cocaine Addiction – Google News

Crack Cocaine Addiction: Second Chance

Television Journalist Iris PĂ©rez & Photojournalist Norman Fairhurst Length: 8 minutes Synopsis Whether we’ve witnessed the destruction of addiction in our own lives, or in the life of a loved one, all of us can resonate with Pastor Derrick Aldridge’s story. Pastor Aldridge’s addiction to crack cocaine cost him three months in jail, his seat as leader of Foss Avenue Baptist Church in 2006, and nearly took his life. Today, Aldridge’s very own Second Chance Ministries is thriving. Through his recovery, Aldridge assists a 300-member congregation overcome addictions. His congregation includes young people, most of whom recovering drug-users.
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