By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A study by the Centre of Information and Management of Rio de Janeiro Drugs shows that nearly half of the crack users that visit treatment centers in the state are in the capital city of Rio. Also about eighty percent are men and almost 47 percent did not complete primary school.
The State Secretary for Prevention of Chemical Dependency (SEPREDEQ) concluded the study from the care provided in its network in the year 2014, and reveals a profile of users of illicit drugs (not including Marijuana) in the state of Rio . . .