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Yet Correa remains under the bridge and in the gulch injecting heroin.
Her biggest fear is not death, she said, but a normal life.
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Others sleep under nearby bridges or in makeshift shelters surrounded by garbage, drugs, and death. So they pay me." This apocalyptic terrain, sometimes called El Campamento, is home to 75 to 125 addicts at any given time.
said the 45-year-old man, who declined to give his real name. Many more transient users come each day to get high.
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It is the festering epicenter of Philadelphia's heroin epidemic, a benighted territory the DEA considers the East Coast's largest heroin market, smack dab in an area often referred to as the Badlands. But pressure is mounting from a confluence of political, societal, and economic forces to finally clean up this gulch of horrors for good.
From a task force convened by the mayor to address the city's opioid epidemic, to growing development around the site, and an increase in rail traffic, a flash point seems to have been reached.
"I've never been well or happy for a long period of time so when I do feel like I'm doing well I'm afraid because it's not a feeling I'm familiar with and it scares me," Correa said.
"When I do become clean, I've got to become a new person because I've been this other person for so long." Lamb believes the path to helping addicts like Correa is to meet them where they are, engage them, invite them to safe spaces, and offer opportunities for treatment.