Dr. Phil sheds light on Heroin in Suburbia: A Town Intervention
February 22, 2013 Heroin use among America’s youth is no longer just a big city problem; it’s plaguing some of the most prestigious and safest suburban towns in the country. Dr. Phil sheds light on Simi Valley, California — a community once known as the safest city in America — where residents are now fighting a heroin epidemic that they say is crippling the town’s youth. How can this drug problem be stopped? Then, Simi Valley families with heroin-addicted sons reach out to Dr. Phil for help. http://drphil.com/shows/show/1980
An Epidemic in Their Community
Dr. Phil sits down with a group of Simi Valley students, who say that there is a problem with heroin among their peers. Many of the kids say they know of someone who has died from heroin use. Dr. Phil asks them, if they had one hour to leave and come back with heroin, would they be able to do it? They all say yes.
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