'Drugs fix room is like my second home' - BBC News - playithub.com
Published: 4 months ago By: BBC News
By: BBC NewsPublished: 4 months ago
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Several countries across Europe supply fix rooms, where drug users can take substances under supervision. There are six such facilities in Denmark. Elliot tells why the fix room he visits in Copenhagen is a like a "second home" to him.
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Also... I wouldn't like to be known as an 'addict'. I wouldn't want to use in a public place like that. What if someone sees you there? I'd also be afraid there would be video footage from inside such a place, and it could go public... Imagine your family and friends see, 'Hey, Billy, what the hell are you doing in a place like that..' It would be so embarrassing. Basically, if I was crazy enough to inject dope into my veins, I can't imagine I'd care about going to a public use place just for safety sake. If you're so worried about safety, you probably wouldn't inject street junk drugs into your veins. Basically it's like a public anything... gross! It's really just a place where homeless people gather and do their drugs. Otherwise, I can't imagine any other person ever going there to use dope. It seems like a total buzz kill to be in such a drab place with the dirtiest dirtballs of society when you're trying to get high. That place is really like a loser concentrate. The bottom of the barrel of the area would be the only clients. It's the last place I'd want to be. It's like hanging out in a bus terminal with the homeless for fun. Screw that!
When governments are finally ready to introduce psychadelic treatments we can get to putting an end to this revolving door of broken hopeless junkies.
There would be a line snaked around a city block if this was allowed in the U.S.