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The Ugly Reality of Drug Addiction – A Photo Collection

Photos like this are very hard-hitting.  I’m not sure that anybody ever sets out to become an addict, but it is the sad outcome of so many lives.  These people are somebody’s sons and daughters and sometimes they are even parents.  If only more could be done to prevent the scourge of addiction in our society.

"Crack house and a little girl"!

Michael: Hunts Point, Bronx

IMG_1816 Chemical dreams

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Mexican Heroin 05

Shooting up: Hunts Point, Bronx

Dark Houses-15

Michael and Pam: Hunts Point, Bronx

Sonya and Eric: Hunts Point, Bronx

Neecy: Hunts Point, Bronx

Assault

lost hope.

Viva La Revolución

Downtown Los Angeles Street Photography - Skid Row

Heroin-Addicts Dwell under a Flyover

Addict Smokes Heroin

Junky love-2

Lamentation of a Drug-Addict

Shitroom

This guy stole my car and this is how I came acrost his pic....

Downtown Los Angeles Street Photography - 5th and Main Street

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Crack

street pole dance

Righteous Dopefiend

the pain with the high

All Along the Watchtower (stories of the drug addicts, Prague 2011)

Pregnant Junkie 8 months

2 Responses to The Ugly Reality of Drug Addiction – A Photo Collection

  1. I am an addict and alcoholic. I have four years clean and sober since May 2013. I am 39 years old. I have been so blessed with the people my Higher Power put into my life. Every one I met at meetings contributed to me, sitting at my PC, I graduated from college finally with a BA in English Creative Writing, and viewing the excellent photos as I think “But for the Grace of God go I.” I have not an inkling of an idea why God chose me to keep breathing and not a Mom with three children. I will never know “the wisdom” to justify my seat in a meeting. Thus I go, because it is a gift–plain and simple.

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