How Philadelphia Addicts Are ‘Pimped Out’ in Treatment

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Every day in Philadelphia, hundreds of opioid addicts are forced to make a little-noticed commute. More like cargo than passengers, junk-muddled men and women journey in vans from boarding houses to drug-treatment centers for a form of group therapy whose efficacy is unknown, reports Philly.com. Addicts are told by the people who run their "recovery houses" what facility to attend, when to go, and . . .

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