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National Drug Takeback Day – April 28, 2018
A full list details for Waco, Hewitt, Temple, and Killeen takeback locations & events will be posted here as scheduled:
3115 Pine Ave, Waco, TX 76708
920 Estates Dr, Woodway, TX 76712
100 Patriot Ct, Hewitt, TX 76643
Speight Plaza Office and Parking Facility C3 Convenience Store, 1521 S 4th St, Waco, TX 76706
100 N Bordon St, Lorena, TX 76655
Lacy Lakeview PD
503 E Craven Ave, Lacy Lakeview, TX 76705
701 Maxfield St, Bellmead, TX 76705
3304 Community Blvd, Killeen, TX 76542
Harker Heights PD
402 Indian Trail, Harker Heights, TX 76548
Following are some of the key differences between addicts and pain patients:
Addicts take drugs to get high and avoid life
Addicts isolate themselves and become lost to their families.
Addicts are unable to interact appropriately with society.
Addicts are eventually unable to hold down a job.
The life on an addict is a continuous downward spiral.
Pain patients take drugs to function normally and get on with life.
When pain patients get adequate relief, they become active members of their families.
When pain patients get adequate relief, they interact with and make positive contributions to society.
When pain patients get adequate relief, they are often able to go back to work.
When a pain patient gets adequate relief, their life progresses in a positive, upward direction.