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Review for The Road Home, Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

You will see over thirty people shoot IV drugs a night, and that is when you're not looking. The Bathrooms are full of people smoking crack, heroin (off of tin foil) and meth. Literally 70 percent of the staff is on meth, and all this before you start to acknowledge what is going on outside... This place is nothing but a giant crack house. When security catch someone shooting up they let them finish, and then they tell them to stop. There are probably literally fifteen people out of the three hundred and fifty or so who check in every night who aren't addicted to hard drugs. The staff are on drugs, which is ridiculous, and the dealers outside the place only face a month at most in prison if they're caught, part of the citys' liberal homeless initiative. So nothing changes. All day older african americans sell drugs right in front of the place, set up on chairs, and the two bathrooms outside the place have sharps containers for needle disposal, which are filled every day. You can shoot up in front of the door, on the stairs on the way in, wherever, all in front of cameras. This place doesn't help the employees, they're all recovering addicts who relapse in seconds. It doesn't help the homeless, because they can't get clean when people are shooting up and smoking crack and meth literally a few feet away from them. Spiritually the pit of hell. If you care about human beings you will not donate a dollar to this place, because it keeps people addicted, keeps them from getting clean. The season doesn't matter, it is this liberal all year round. I feel like I'm in Sodom and Gomorrah. I watch fifteen year old girls sell their bodies for two dollars for spice every day. I watch people have seizures everyday. The drug-addicted staff do nothing, in fact, I've watched a half a dozen of them relapse as well. This place is the great "I AM", the great "Me First". It possesses all the morality of Auschwitz. The volunteers, to be fair, don't spend enough time here to notice. They don't know when there are a dozen abscesses on someone's arm its from shooting up, not from chronic health problems.

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