Unfortunately, drug addiction can be found anywhere you go. In the United States, however, the numbers of drug addicts and addiction related deaths, often due to overdose or other like causes, are rising and running rampant all through the country. Though it is true that drug addiction rates are higher in some communities and lower in others, drug addiction and the effect it has on the lives of those that it impacts can be found everywhere and anywhere, no matter where you go in the country.
In 2015, just about three years ago, more than twenty million people living in the United States already considered themselves to have substance use and substance abuse problems. Of these twenty million people, millions were prescription painkiller abusers (around two million, to cite more exact numbers) and more than five hundred thousand – more than half of a million – were regular heroin users.
Heroin is one of the most feared drugs when it comes to drug addiction, though any drug or