Delaware is a state with a rich history as the first state to join the union. The state has only 3 counties but remains the 45th most populated state. Not only has the Opioid epidemic impacted Delaware, with Fentanyl and Heroin being popular, but dangerous drug cocktails are also being created.
Individuals have been reported to lace Heroin with Fentanyl, which produces an extremely addictive, but fatal concoction. Alcohol, Marijuana, and Meth use has also been cited as frequently used substances. Like other states, Delaware has enforced laws to decrease drug use and possession. Nevertheless, getting treatment for addiction is worth exploring. Learn which local facilities are ideal.
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