Deaths Down; Study Shows an Addict Can Cost Taxpayers $2,000 per Month
April 27, 2011 (San Diego)--San Diego meth use is declining. Five of the six best indicators of the meth problem in the region show a significant drop, according to the most recent Methamphetamine Strike Force Report Card.
“San Diego County is no longer the meth capital of the world. Our efforts to eradicate meth from our communities are having positive results,” said Supervisor Dianne Jacob, who led the effort to create the Meth Strike Force in 1996.