Dust to Dust: A Vignette of Addiction in New Mexico

Smoking weed at age 7. A father by age 15. A cocaine addiction that quickly escalated to methamphetamine. And a body scarred by an accidental electrocution that nearly killed him. “I was this horrible person that the drugs made me be.” One way or another, Jimmy White decided that he couldn’t keep living like this.

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