In the United States the drug abuse rate has gone from 225 million people from

In the united states the drug abuse rate has gone

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they are faced with. In the United States the drug abuse rate has gone from 22.5 million people from the age of 12 and older had to be checked in a drug and alcohol treatment program to 35.2 million. (James, 2017). Now days schools have come up with different types of school activities to try to turn children away from drugs. Schools has teamed up with different families to teach kids the danger of drugs and things that it could hurt and how and hurts your mind, body and soul. From kids to teens they are all aware of drugs and what drugs can do to you, but it still never stops them for trying the drug. I can think of many things that would cause the for example they try it to fit in with those that are now doing it. When we are young, we are taught that drugs are back and even the schools try to enforce a drug free environment. With drugs being in the world and introduced to everyone who is willing to accept it, is causing characteristically delinquent behavior and myriad of destructive. Most teens that are in high school are the first to dive headfirst into drugs because they witnessed the drugs being used and sold. Especially if they are already going through school pressures, which is similar to career pressures. There are many
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