El Paso, Texas remains a well-respected city for its safety. Nevertheless, the city has witnessed rising drug violence and trafficking. Because of high drug trafficking rates from Juarez, Mexico and El Paso’s closeness to the border, drug cartels can easily transport drugs into the city. Furthermore, drug-related power struggles bring violence to the city, concerning many.
The most reportedly used drugs are Heroin and Methamphetamine, with other Opioids reported. Meth use rose 500% between 1995 and 2014, displaying the need for help to break the cycle of addiction. Take control of your life and explore what facilities can help you or your loved ones fight addiction.
Krystina Murray has received a B.A. in English at Georgia State University, has over 5 years of professional writing and editing experience, and over 15 years of overall writing experience. She enjoys spreading awareness of addiction and recovery to help people transform their lives.
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