Karen Corcoran-Walsh, owner and founder of Inspirations for Youth and Families teen rehab and the Cove Center for Recovery adult drug rehab was recently interviewed by South Florida industry leading investigative reporter Carmel Cafeiro about Flakka and its devastating impact in South Florida. The popular segment “Carmel on the Case,” reported on how Broward County is the epicenter of another deadly drug problem – flakka – a dangerous drug that can cost users their minds and their lives. Cafeiro chose Corcoran-Walsh, a prominent thought leader in drug addiction, to weigh in on the disastrous impact flakka has had in the South Florida community. WSVN’s channel 7 is a Fox News affiliate and has been the number one rated South Florida news station for over 20-years.
To see Corcoran-Walsh’s interview on Channel 7 WSVN watch below:
The television segment was also posted on WSVN’s web site along with an accompanying article. The news segment – entitled – Flakka’s Devastating Impact in South Florida, has drawn a cool 3.2 thousand Facebook likes on the web site and counting. WSVN visited Corcoran-Walsh Cove Center addiction treatment center to interview to clients that were recovering from flakka addiction. Due to the drug’s newness, hospitals are not aware how to treat the highly addictive and extremely dangerous drug. Some flakka abusers claim to have been up for three weeks without sleep. The Cove Center has had success treating flakka users and is becoming the go to place for people who are willing to become sober from the synthetic drug.
It is a dehumanizing drug and it is a dehumanizing act to trick people into taking something that ultimately will cost them their sanity Karen Corcoran-Walsh
In many cases, drug dealers lie to drug users about what they are selling in order to get them addicted and become return customers. Corcoran-Walsh was outraged by this conduct. “It is despicable. It is a dehumanizing drug and it is a dehumanizing act to trick people into taking something that ultimately will cost them their sanity, their health, or their life,” said Corcoran-Walsh, who has been at the forefront of battling drug epidemics in the past including the pill mill controversy.
To watch the entire segment see below.