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Matt Migliore: Heroin has infested Northeastern Pennsylvania. Seems like there is no turning back at this point.


Danni Bee: The problem is so bad around here, and everywhere.


Thomas Long: You can get more methadone and suboxen clinics around for people in need! I am on suboxen in Maine and moving back to Pennsylvania. I called everywhere to get into a program and, guess what, I can get in but have to pay $300 for the first visit, then $80 a month after – and maybe more depending on if I have to pay for them to drug test me. So coming from an ex-heroin user, why pay that and it don’t even get me high when I can drive to Philly with that money and be high as a kite. There’s no stopping it! So sit back, put your seat belt on and hold on for a long ride!


Jay Potver: You have to want it, that simple! Meds don’t work unless you want it. Great supplement but not the solution.


Joseph Karavis: The best thing to do if someone close to you gets on heroin is get as far away from them as possible. They will lie, cheat, steal and bleed you dry. They will drag you down with them. Move, change your phone number and try to avoid them any way possible. Bad drug, and the chances of someone getting off it for good are slim. Jail and death are sadly the top cures for heroin addiction.


Edward Harfman: This isn’t a new problem. When our mayor entered his first term we were already a drug-infested town. Now, with all the recent arrests, it seems the proper response is being made.


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