Being backer acted is one of the worst experiences that a drug addict can go through. This happens when an individual becomes so out of control that they present a danger to themselves as well as their family and those around them. These addicts are considered a societal hazard and are admitted against their will into government-run drug rehab clinics with no choice to leave. While in these drug rehab centers, many addicts are raped, abused by staff and kept against their well. As if being backer acted isn’t worse enough, the addict has to live with that being on their record forever, as well as surrender their will.
Those who are backer acted are taken, either by the police or by their family to a drug clinic where they are generally dragged in. Once in, doctors will immediately seize the addict and restrain them if they are hostile. Because the addict is most likely experiencing withdrawals, the staff realizes that this anger will only be temporary. After the addict has been restrained, they are generally given a sedative to calm them while they are cleaned, assessed and given a holding cell.
Most drug addicts fear the thought of being baker acted, they would much rather run or be admitted. Again, this is because the drug rehab clinic is not private, which means that the place where the individual was backer acted to could do what they please in terms of mental health care. The practice is very similar to what we hear about in nursery homes (rape and abuse), though because these addicts are hooked on drugs, they either deal with it, forget about it or simply don’t care. There have been stories about public drug rehab facilities brining junkies their ‘fix’ in exchange for sex. These clinics have no cameras and the discretion is left to a staff that has been hired by the government to simply fill a position.
As stated, when an addict is backer acted, the stigma will stay on their record forever. They could be a completely recovered alcoholic who has not had a drink in ten years, and will be denied jobs and have it on their permanent record. If a sober person hurts themselves and requires pain (or anxiety) medication, doctors will generally reject their request because of their history of being backer acted. This becomes a vicious cycle where addicts cannot find employment and then again become hooked on drugs. Sadly, their ongoing expenses which are a result of our government’s system cost all Americans tax dollars while keeping the lower class low. The only successful way to detox from drugs and to have a future is to seek private treatment, as this will not go on the record and would be discreet. This is what most people want, as people require income and would not like to look as though they are delusional, as an employer has no idea why or how a applicant was backer acted.
Being forced against the will into a drug rehab clinic is every addict’s worst nightmare. Horrible health care and corrupt doctors and physicians. To not get stuck in this terrible dilemma, an addict should find a reputable drug rehabilitation center where they can get the therapy, medication and help that they need. Backer acting individuals is a travesty, and instead of truly assisting doctors with funds to cure addicts of their habits, these funds are minimalized. If a person is living in extreme poverty, they may be able to get free private health care by simply asking. Many practices consider this charity, and use this as marketing while providing the best care possible. These drug rehabilitation clinics create a symbiotic relationship with the addict where both parties win.
Free private healthcare is hard to come by, but therapists and mental health physicians tend to be passionate people who will often offer a service for free as it literally costs them nothing. Empathy and discretion are what addicts require, and these types of luxury drug clinics can be far too expensive for the average addict. Cold turkey is not an option for most, which is why the importance of selecting the best drug rehab program is vital. The practice of backer acting an individual is invasive and causes a lifetime of trouble far exceeding the substances which they have overcome.
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