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I think it's more important to look at the underlying causes of substance abuse than it is to just "fix" the addiction. Now we're seeing a decline in usage of illicit substances because parents don't react as harshly when they find out their kids are using drugs like alcohol and tobacco and pot; it doesn't garner as much attention as cocaine or heroin does.
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