Changing the way you look at people with substance abuse disorders is a huge step forward to effectively address methamphetamine use in the country.
In an article by Esther Tan for The Sydney Morning Herald, the inquiry into crystal meth use in the country takes the special commission to Lismore. Here, approximately 130 per 100,000 people were charged with meth offences last year.
Lismore councillor, Mr. Eddie Lloyd believes a change in perspective could help everyone understand the popularity of the drug. For one, he suggests that the public and politicians need to change how we regard those with addiction problems.
“Let’s not go to war,” Mr. Lloyd says.(more…) Read More