“Me and my sister never knew what was she taking. She never took it in front of us, we just assumed she was on something because of the effects on her, she was always so sleepy. I remember coming home from our first summer holiday, she thought we would be home a day later and when I opened the door she was just lying there, unconscious… I was always so angry at her, I used to shout and scream horrible things at her. We didn’t understand why she kept doing it. We didn’t know what was she going through… Now that I have my own children I can understand how hard it was for her. The problem is the availability; drugs are everywhere around this area… This is why so many people fail to get clean… “
This post was highlighted by Ana Liffey Drug Project and the North East Inner City Programme Office.
The Ana Liffey Drug Project have expanded their services to respond to the identified needs of the North East Inner City. This team are providing hands-on support services to individuals experiencing difficulties with addiction in the community. #SaferFromHarm
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