Psychology

Children with drug problems aren’t criminals – they’re victims

The majority of exploited children are groomed using alcohol and drugs… not only does this provide a form of control for those doing the grooming, it ensures that their career of drug use has an early start. For some children this will be an introduction to drugs they have never used, and for others their groomers will exploit existing drug use by making supply easy – often at no monetary cost whatsoever, but an implicit expectation that the child will do as they’re told.

…little wonder these children as they grow up find solace in drugs that soothe and numb psychological and physical scarring. The research evidence clearly shows how these experiences lead to among other things developing a problematic relationship with alcohol and other drugs… problematic drug use often begins early in life, waiting until this behaviour is established before offering help and support is not only ineffective, it is dangerous and short sighted in the extreme.

Original Article (Volteface):
Children with drug problems aren’t criminals – they’re victims
Artwork Fair Use: Associação Brasileira de Jornalismo Investigativo

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